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Flag of Thailand  , Krabi,
Friday, November 20, 2009














Today is rainy. I'm sitting here under a bamboo roof top eating chicken and rice with veggies... again... and a banana shake. Mmmmm.. so good. Total, about $3.50. Not sure where all the people are, I suppose they're hiding in their bungalows, lounging, waiting for the sun to shine... it'll have to wait until tomorrow as it's already nearing 3PM and clouds as far as the eye can see.

I have the
world's smallest ants living in my computer. The little buggers keep exiting
from the keyboard continuously and I continuously rid them off with a quick
blow of air. My worry is that they can somehow effect the internal components
of the computer, but I’m just glad that they don’t bite and otherwise they seem
harmless. In fact, ants are everywhere. They’re on the floors, in the shower,
on the furniture, on the tables when you eat and even in the bed. Better ants
than spiders or snakes I reckon, especially spiders, they're creepy, they
stalk and they bite.

The photograph below is a self portrait of a 1 second exposure of me standing in the sand with the waves flowing through. Yes, the water is warm, very warm.












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Troy's baby sister on

Oh man, your breakfast sounds to die for! Sorry for the little ants in the laptop. I don't think they would harm anything really. Yes, better than spiders or snakes. Spiders really creep me out because they seem to be able to anticipate movement, action, and reaction; therefore, they can devise plans lol. I also don't like their beady little eyes.

I love that picture of your feet in the water! I wish I could teleport myself there and just chill out with you for a few hours and then be magically back here. This blog is going to have to be my closest thing to being there for now I think ;) xo

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