- The Byrds – Turn! Turn! Turn!(To Everything There is a Season)
Seeing this car still amazed me that she walked away with a dislocated foot, not even broken. I saw my co-worker today and her daughter is home resting. I told her that her daughter is very lucky, but my co-worker said that she feels that she is the lucky one, in a sense she is right, in fact the whole family are very lucky. I found out earlier that she was the only one in the car.
I also feel lucky today, felt like I hit the jackpot! I can’t wait to give this a try.
This made me think of Laos, this is used by the locals to separate the rice grains from the shells
Just like back home, spreading out the rice crops or coffee crops to dry in the sun.
So this is the fifth week of rice harvesting, and as you can see that the only section left is the green middle portion in the first photo, below is the first rice paddy closest to the road, and it’s done.
The middle rice paddy, the rice crops are not ready to harvest.
Kao Kom or purple sticky rice.
But my co-worker seems to think it’s this big tree, possibly that the roots are sucking all the nutrients, and if that were the case, then it’s a threat to the paddy and a good chance that it might be coming down next year.
I saw several grasshoppers today.
I think this is a hummingbird judging by its long beak, poor fellow got caught in the booby trap.
I’m not sure what this bee is doing, don’t tell me it’s trying to get the remaining nectar.
The last sign of summer, Zinnias.
Harvested paddy, all that’s left are these footprints…