Monthly Archives: May 2015
In late 1987, I bought a wooly jumper in London’s Camden Market. Little did I know at the time that it would last me half a lifetime and help to cement my reputation as one of the least fashionable people … Continue reading
Posted the next day: A belated Happy Mother’s Day to big sister Kim, who adopted her first foster child this year. (No, Eid is not the foster child. This is just one of my favourite photos of Kim.)
Grandma fanning Kanda the cat on a hot Chonburi night.
Dad in Vancouver, next to the great big green Pontiac that carried us across the country in the winter of 1974.
With big sister Kim during my last visit to Canada in 2010, enjoying the cherry blossoms in full bloom at High Park in Toronto. According to Maya, a friend from Japan who now lives in Toronto, the Canadian version of … Continue reading
The golden girl was in her glory yesterday as we visited some of our favorite old haunts in Chiang Mai.