The doctor at Kanchanaburi has given me walking orders… try to walk in warm water.Â No solid cast, but a walking frame (on bamboo!!) so I walk.Â He lso said I can drive the car, using a support cast… (I had been doing this for a month already).Â
This week we rushed Tuletoo and Biblarwah’s mother to hospital, but she died 6 hours later from a brain hemorrhage. So we spent the week helping the girls rebuild their lives. Yesterday Suwit went for surgery on his hernia, and is coming home today.Â Gloie and MeePwa have each produced babies.Â Tinakorn has just announcedÂ his wife is pregnant (InÂ Canberra, Australia).Â Thus we grow up.Â Na has a passport, Wittya, Lukai and Kum are graduating.Â Â
A hilarious finish to Ashley’s time with us.Â She went for a midnight swim with Katie.Â Since they were alone, they went in for a real bath, without covering.Â Unknown to them, Lukai and Muwai went up the opposite side of the lake, pretending to be policemen, using my spotlight to lightup the swimming hole!!Â The girls fled, sure that there were many police chasing.Â What a hoot!!Â They arrived back at the house, panting and telling stories about huge cars of police chasing them down the road, answered prayers when the car turned off their tail… and more laughter when they realized they had been had!!Â A powder fight greeted the returning “policemen”.Â Ashley returns to USA to complete her college education.