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A Wheelchair, mortar and pestle, and a hug

The other day I was at the park with the kids and ran into a neighbor and her 2-year-old. We struck up a pleasant swing-set conversation. About mid-way through our talk of neighborhood events and happenings, M, who had gone down the slides a few times, came running up to us. She stopped, faced our neighbor, and randomly (loudly) declares, "My Khun Yai is in a wheelchair!"



My neighbor looked at M in a moment of awkward silence, but quickly recovered, pulling from her bag of… Continue

Added by Rosana Vollmerhausen on June 18, 2009 at 2:30pm — No Comments

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