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from the past

hi!

today has been super busy as all wednesdays tend to be.  i did lots of yoga, lots of hanging out with international students, and I ate enchiladas made by the husband for dinner.  i’d say all in all that’s a pretty successful day.

but now it’s late…and I’m oh so tired.  so I’m going to head to the bed soon.  but first I just had to stop in and say hi.

hi!

And what do I do when my busy day has prevented me from taking any pics worth writing home about?

Leave you with (random) memories from the past.  I can always dig up pics from our days in Thailand that make me smile to no end.

one of my favorite students and I studying the Gospel

on the college campus we worked on

the campus parking lot

beautiful campus

getting relief from the heat with an afternoon nap

a bridge in Bangkok

on the subway in Bangkok – New Years 2008

i didn’t even know what a food blog was, but I was still taking pictures of myself eating carrots, ahem made of icing

the husband on a songtau right around Christmas

hope you all had a wonderful Wednesday. and as always, it’s all down hill from here!

g’night!

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12 Responses to “from the past”

  1. Sounds like a busy, but good day to me. Especially with the hubs making dinner ;-)

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    candice Reply:

    yes, that definitely helped:)

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  2. Beautiful, I love when you add photos from your travels. They are unique and liven up my Google Reader :)

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    candice Reply:

    Thanks, Halley:) That made my day!

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  3. I can’t imagine what it must have been like to live in Thailand. What an amazing experience.

    As for icing carrots, ahem, now that is a good idea…

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    candice Reply:

    It really is an amazing country. Sometimes I miss it so much:(

    And yes, icing carrots rock. But then again, I never met a carrot I didn’t like!

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  4. kate says:

    I love reliving your Thailand experience via photos. Hope there are more to come!

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    candice Reply:

    thanks, Kate!

    There will most definitely be more:)

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  5. Always enjoy your Thailand photos. :-)

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    candice Reply:

    Thanks, Amber:)

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  6. I would LOVE to go to thailand one day…I might actually be going for work in the near future…If I do I will be sure to ask you for tips!
    beautiful pictures!

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    candice Reply:

    Definitely! You would love it I’m sure:)

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