Life can be filled with extraordinary moments. From the mundane to the exceptional, every moment is to be savored, enjoyed and relished. Henry David Thoreau once wrote, "It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see."
Haha. Robby wrote the first part. I probably didn't have anyone fooled. I have to say good-bye, I m going back home tomorrow. The pollard crew will lose their manny for the next week. I have been their Indian slave all this time. It's ok. It was all for the children. I almost got to hold Ellie for one second, but she wanted to go back to mommy quick. Leslie's arms are super buff now because she's been holding Ellie for a week straight.
For some reason it seems that the men here don't do a lot of work. I find the women doing construction and carrying big loads. The men smoke and lift their shirts up for some reason, strange.
This guy was actually our driver for the week.
We stopped to get snacks and I shot some family photos. Do you notice anything?
They say all the toddlers do this for potty training. They actually have the front and back open. I m not sure if this is a great idea.
This was in our hotel restaraunt. It brings back memories from India. These are Kasey and Wes sugar packets. I m missing my premium white sugar. I'll see you soon baby. Thanks for the 1 like on my posts. You complete me. You had me at hello. You also complete my sentences, papers, research, degrees, etc.
Many thanks to these two people:Esther from IFS and Michael. They helped us get around, translate, and guided the Pollard family through the paper work.
Before I close, I have a few more pics. We went to an amusement park today, and they obviously don't have OSHA or any safety rules. The ride owner was so intrigued by white people, he just stared at Luke and Noah the whole time.
Robby couldn't fit in the ride. So he sat on top of the ride. The owner didn't even look that way.