Thailand, My Second Home

My wife is Thai. We have been married for many years and have 8 children, two of them adopted from Thailand. We own property there and often go to visit with her family and friends. My wife's dream is to build a meditation center in the town where she was born.

This is the first entry of my blog covering Thailand.

This is a photo of my wife and I visiting the school where she attended as a little girl. We gave the school administrators money to buy a computer system and enough extra to sponsor a large, lunch-time party.

That was nine years ago. My hair is grayer now and I have retired from the corporate life.

This is a photo of my wife. She is standing on the balcony of a large Buddhist temple in Thailand:

She too, has aged a bit since this photo was taken 5 years ago.  She is still very beautiful though. She is now 61 years old and I am 67 as I make this blog entry.

Below is an image from the lunch-time party that we financed for the kids at my wife's school. Normally, these kids have only a bowl of rice for lunch each day.

I have tons of photos and stories to tell about Thailand.  This is just the beginning of a journey I would like to share with you over time.

I have included a link here to a story that I wrote many years ago describing one of my fist experiences and impressions in Thailand. It is true and humorous. I think you will enjoy reading it:
http://www.thingsasian.com/stories-photos/2241/23913802/1/dhm0_art;jsessionid=3EEBB4DBDAA713FA092F40129B7753AC

 

 

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  1. stephanielording

    Thailand is my second home because the hospitality has been fantastic for me in this country. Importance of Thailand and best essay services online has been promoted with the help of the crucial facts about the country and its hotels.

    April 20, 2017