Becky's Big Adventure

I am currently serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Thailand. This is a personal blog. The views and opinions expressed here do not represent those of the Peace Corps or the United States government.

Thursday, August 17, 2006

Long Time No Talk- Part 2

Pictures from places other than site... friends... yes i have them

from the Left Welcome, Donna, Me, Mary

outside of a Mexican restaurant... mmmm Mexican











Me and my roomie from San fransisco, PST, and PST2 Barb... I love this woman... this is us at the... i would type it but y'all can read it on the wall behind us...













Me at an English Camp me and Ajung Garuna teaching the kids about traffic signs in English... Yes kids as young as 8 learn how to drive motorcycles...

also this is a picture of me actually doing something... Woo Hoo










Also at the English Camp...
Thai kids like to dance... a lot... what i dont show is Wesley doing the same thing to my left














Mr Ruth is Wesley's fat cat... he sits like a man too

















We went to a ceremony for Wan-Meh (Mother's Day)... we spent our time taking pictures of each other with 1500 Thai people around... some, wait no... most of them looking at us



















this is one of those pictures...














I love all you guys and im sorry i havent kept this updated as well as i should

Peace out
Becky

3 Comments:

Blogger BECKY'S MOM said...

HI HONEY,
IT WAS GREAT TO SEE YOUR SMILING FACE ON SOMETHING BESIDES WESLEY'S BLOG, (WESLEYINTHAILAND.BLOGSPOT.COM) FOR THOSE WHO DON'T HAVE HIS BLOG-HE POSTS MUCH MORE OFTEN THAN BECKY.
YOU MEAN YOU REALLY DO DO WORK?
THE PICTURES ARE GREAT. YOUR BOOKS ARE ON THEIR WAY.
LOVE YA, MISS YA,
MOM

11:12 AM  
Blogger Beth said...

So that's what Wesley looks like! You mention him, but have never put up picks. I love the pic of the kids dancing, kids make me smile. Can you believe I'll be teaching in two weeks?!? I can't. Wish you were here. Miss you!
~Beth

7:04 PM  
Blogger Mike Sheppard said...

Becky,

I just came across your journal about your adventures in Thailand. I added a link to your page to a database I collected of Peace Corps Journals and blogs:

Worldwide PC Blog Directory:
http://www.PeaceCorpsJournals.com/

Features:
1. Contains over 1,500 journals and blogs from Peace Corps Volunteers serving around the world.
2. Official rules and regulations for current PCV online Journals and blogs. Those rules were acquired from Peace Corps Headquarters using the Freedom of Information Act.
3. The map for every country becomes interactive, via Google, once clicked on.
4. Contact information for every Peace Corps staff member worldwide.
5. Links to Graduate School Programs affiliated with Peace Corps, along with RPCVs Regional Associations.
6. And each country has its own detailed page, which is easily accessible with a possible slow Internet connection within the field.

There is also an e-mail link on every page. If you want to add a journal, spotted a dead link, or have a comment.

Thanks for volunteering with the Peace Corps!

-Mike Sheppard
RPCV / The Gambia (’03-’05)
http://www.PeaceCorpsJournals.com/

8:42 AM  

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