I moved to Isaan, the farmlands of Thailand, four months ago. Our home is safe. I am very thankful. However, a third of Thailand is underwater, over 300 people have died, and the waters are still rising.
So today, instead of fixating on sheets that aren’t quite the right shade, I focus on having a dry place to sleep.
Home is transient
For a firsthand look, here is a video I made on our way back to our home in Isaan from Bangkok.
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Let me just say….so sorry for the loss to the families around you. Glad to hear you & yours are safe. Your words touched me. I recently moved myself, have no TV or internet at the moment…your pics are the first I have seen of this. Warm wishes of safety to everyone there involved. ~ Faith
I’d consider myself extremely plugged in to news, and I still didn’t see anything about this until Mariegael’s email hit my inbox.
Same here… Yet I know way too much about Kim Kardashian
that is exactly why i wrote this.
the death toll is now over 500.
Oh gosh, that is awful. I am so sorry for the losses to your community. Stay safe, my thoughts are with you.
Stay safe. I live near the Malaysian border, so we’ve been spared the flooding, but I have followed the news for the past month. It definitely puts things into perspective.
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