So...I just realized how far behind I am in blogging! Sorry bout that! I'll try to catch you up in the next few posts :)
On Friday the 11th, I went with Stephen and two girls, Hashi & Tutu, to a village for a Thanksgiving service. The village was only about 150km away, but it took around 4.5 hours to drive there because most of the drive was up & down & through the mountains. (By far the curviest trip I've taken in Thailand! Thank you God for dramamine :))
I don't want this post to turn into a novel, so I'll just give you the highlights from this trip through pictures.
|A look out we stopped at on the way to the mountain|
|Me at the lookout|
|Hashi, Tutu, & Me|
|We stopped at the top of a mountain just as the sun was setting...BEAUTIFUL!|
There are a lot of coffee shops on this road, so we also stopped for cappucino...delicious!
|As we were leaving the same spot, the moon was rising on the other side :)|
(Sorry for the poor quality of pictures...I need a new camera!)
|This is the church where we attended Thanksgiving service|
|The church is nestled into the side of a mountain|
|The first harvest offered to God in thanks for the blessings He provides|
|The Lisu ladies of the village cooking rice....lots & lots of rice!|
|The first harvest offered to God at the second church|
This was a great trip. I experienced some new things & learned some good lessons. I am very thankful for my first & second Thai Thanksgivings!