Mummy brought home lots of pressies for us!
There is this amazing place near ChawengIt’s a sea of crockery – leftovers, flawed pieces – all going very cheap.amidst the thousands of crockery,Mummy brought these plates for us – as approved by ITso that it can go into our drawer in our new kitchen (more on this later)
And as she was leaving at Suvarnabhumi Airport, she always likes to stop by at Jim Thompson – she normally bought t-shirts for the kiddies but this time, she found these “handkerchiefs” – but they’re actually very fancy napkins! But she thought – they make good bandanas for us!
She also got one for Jaffa! Hers is pretty in pink with flowers.
So just so you know, we’re wearing napkins around our necks – maybe we should be wearing this when we have our meals?(That’s raw minced Turkey from Honey’s Real Dog Food, pumpkin puree, sprinkled with Natures Bounty and a Verm-X to top it off.)And then, to “top it” all off, you wouldn’t believe what else Mummy bought pour moiTo go with the pearls! Oooh-la-la! LOL! But not so good with my fringe!
So that was what Mummy bought us from Thailand. No treats, just lots of accessories.
May’s comment: Once upon a time, I used to buy pressies for my godchildren. These days I buy pressies for my dogs! LOL!
Jim Thompson was an American businessman who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950s and 1960s. Thompson famously disappeared from Malaysia’s Cameron Highlands while going for a walk on Sunday, 26 March 1967. He has never been found.