The school year begins in May. On the first day the students line up outside, then the teachers take them to their classrooms.
My daughter Eloise is on the left, smiling.
Last year, I got a MacBook Air for Valentine’s Day. I spend a lot of time learning to use it. I have spreadsheets on it for the cost of the Mini Mart goods and the money from the customers.
For nearly eight months, I have been working in Bangkok. My apartment is on Sukhumvit Soi 71 near the Phra Khanong Skytrain Station. The rent is 2,200 baht a month ($70).
The front of the building is a barber shop.
No bathroom! It is downstairs.
The first one is called laab. It is beef with chilli powder, Thai herbs and vegetables🌶, peppermint, spring onion and parsley. You can eat the beef raw, or cook it.
We also eat fresh water fish…and bugs! The bugs we fry in water and salt.
Last month I tried to use the Intenso Memory 2 Move WiFi with my MacBook Air. But my MacBook Air became crazy. I think Intenso is useless.
My niece and I went to Wat Pathumwanaram in Bangkok for the last night of Songkran.
The elephant is the symbol of Thailand.
Thai people bring sand, Marigold flowers and small flags to the temple. Then they make small sand castle pagodas with them. These are for all the good things coming in the new year.
The big sand castle pagoda was made by a builder with many years of experience.
On 14 April, my niece Daan and I went to the Songkran Festival at Silom for two hours. There were many people. Everyone threw water and got wet!