I'm joining in with some other missionary ladies and sharing pictures of our home sweet home here in Chiang Mai, Thailand. We'll probably be moving within the next year, but currently this is where our wifi automatically connects. :-)
By the way, I'm sorry for the terrible quality, but this was the best I could do with my phone and keeping a toddler occupied (you'll see him later). Oh, and I'm keeping things real and just snapped pictures, so excuse any mess you see. We've been sick the past few days, all four of us. Fun!
So! Welcome to the Williams Home...
This picture was taken a few months ago, as we no longer have that glorious, leafy, shade (the landlord went through and purged several trees on our street) and the back of the bike is now sporting a child's seat (happy birthday to Paul). Regardless, this is our carport/patio/play place. Every other day it looks like this with the laundry hanging out to dry.
Of course our washing machine is on the front porch! It does make it convenient for hanging clothing out to dry. :-)
Welcome to the living room. Most of the furniture that is in the house doesn't belong to us, but that rocker is one of the few items that does!
Please take a seat... Cushioned or non? I'm addition to most of the furniture not being ours, we also have an abundance of it. We lovingly refer to the "couches" as rectangle 1 and rectangle 2. :-)
The best part of the dining room is the sweet baby girl in the bouncer. :-)
Some of you may recall our roach infestation when we first came to Thailand. Thankfully the new cabinets are working just fine - minus any roach nest! We have had a few roaches come in under the back door, but it's rainy season right now, so that makes sense.
Homemade chicken noodle soup on the stove was lunch and dinner. We haven't done much the last few days except try to get better!
Paul has his very own room, with three beds to choose from...of course he prefers the pack-n-play. :-)
Aha, there's my climber! We don't have any closets in the house, but we do have big wardrobes! They also work well as a place to store our luggage.
Thanks for taking the tour of our home with me. Now on to feeling better!