Have it really been three full months since I returned home from Thailand? Yes. That feels like an insanely long and short period of time all at once. While I was there serving with Envision Culture, my “home base” was Bangkok. I was only in the city for three days before I hit the road to Chiang Mai but the Thaos and three other interns Mai La, Molly, and Adrina instantly became my family. While I met a lot of wonderful people in Thailand, it was always comforting to know I’d be headed back to my Bangkok clan for a little breather between trips.
- Mahachai, an off chute of Bangkok that’s known for it’s fishing. The girls and I spent a weekend with a local missionary family at a church praying with members and helping out with Sunday school.
- Toulee and Tang’s little Selah turned one, and we celebrated with ice cream cake and two paper lanterns sent into the sky with prayers.
- Our final night all together in Baiyoke Tower, which gives a 360 degree view of Bangkok.
- The Thao family and I had a little photo session before I left. These two are a major blessing, living overseas and taking in group after group of missionary interns. Thank you Toulee and Tang! I will make it back out to Thailand some day so we can hang out again.
For more of my mission photography work and about my quickly approaching trip to Bolivia, visit exposedgrace.com.
But for now, a taste of Thailand: