Life is a journey, today we traveled almost 200 miles (320 km) to visit relatives. It is our tradition to have an elder tying a white string around your wrist for good luck, and hopefully this old age tradition will pass down to the next generation.
In our tradition, when you visit a family or friends you go hungry because there’s plenty of food. My plate was piled with Larp shirmp (spicy shrimp), sliced cucumbers, tum buk houng (spicy papaya salad), pork rind, Nham and sticky rice.
And PaNoy made his seafood combination dish, it tasted as good as it looks.
And spring is around the corner, his apricot tree is in bloom.
A garden is a place to learn and explore for young children.
And she has so much to teach, I think she found herself a helper.
Great thing about a perennial plant is that they come back year after year.
Only one of his artichoke plants survived the winter.
The mustard greens are a hardy plant and one of my favorite early spring vegetables. I normally steam it and eat with hot sauce.
PaNoy gave this plant to me. I’m not sure what it’s called It’s called Arugula and it tastes like a horseradish.
This has been an unusual day for me. I don’t normally give a haircut, not just one but four and I’m not even a hair stylist. I do give haircut to my dad and you can say that I’m his personal hair stylist.