Ghost story, Lao Tradition, Thai Tradition

Thai (Lao) Baby Ghost Spirit (Lok Grok-Goumonthong) – Part I

This is a translated article from Koosang Koosom Magazine, written by Manop Keosanith written in Thai Language, translated by Ginger. Goumonthong, or baby ghost spirit has been around for centuries, it is known as a sacred spiritual being and a valuable asset for those that own one, and can be greatly beneficial to the owner.… Continue reading Thai (Lao) Baby Ghost Spirit (Lok Grok-Goumonthong) – Part I

Environment, Plant

Water Lily Pond at Wat Lao Buddhavong

This post is for Darly, my GI Joe sister picked these Water Lilys for you. 😀 Water Lily Pond at Wat Lao Buddhavong of Washington DC July 2007 Related Posts: Wat Lao Buddhavong Annual Festival 2008 for July 4th Wat Lao Buddhavong of Washington D.C. Art Works At Wat Lao Buddhavong Camping at Wat (Temple)… Continue reading Water Lily Pond at Wat Lao Buddhavong

Fashion, Funny, Investment

Over Ridiculously Priced Pair of Rainbow Sandals

I think I must have contracted a disease from ‘ma-noy’ K (‘ma-noy’ means ‘brother’ in his province) from reading his post, ‘Postsecrets: Looks like I’m wearing a panty’. I’m not one to go shopping at the mall but after reading him saying that ‘I think it’s a disease that sometimes I cannot stop spending my… Continue reading Over Ridiculously Priced Pair of Rainbow Sandals

Blogger, Funny, Investment

How People Came Up with Their Screen Names or Business Names

I think it’s fun to read blogger screen names, the reasoning and psychological reasoning that go behind them. Mine is Nye Noona, which was supposed to be a male blogger, a name with a slight attitude, that’s me. Then the latest name that I added to my bloggroll was Dangling Monkey, if I have to… Continue reading How People Came Up with Their Screen Names or Business Names