Monthly Archives: January 2016
Life in Phanat Nikhom was far from easy, but Eid never complained. Advertisements
We’ve had a spell of relatively cool, comfortable weather here this past week. It’s just as well it wasn’t too hot to work outdoors, as we’ve had to spend most of our time since Monday cleaning up after a local … Continue reading
Another dig at Aung Zaw. P’Lao was always very close to Eid when they worked at the Irrawaddy together. I would not see P’Lao again until September of the following year, when she learned for the first time about Eid’s … Continue reading
Idle observations on food while visiting Chonburi Hospital for Eid’s quarterly examination. While I was away, she had to go alone. It was always a stressful ordeal, with long waits and huge crowds, all for a perfunctory exam that never … Continue reading
An old blog post, now deleted.
Eid’s Mom in the hospital.
Luckily, neither pet nor reptile died in this encounter. But others weren’t so fortunate. “So long, suckers,” he said with a slither and a flick of his tail. A related post from later in the month: