The family with Adriana at Kho Lan
Tony on his way to Taekwondo lessons - Teacher says he is a "NATURAL"
Recently we attended and helped out with the 4th of July Celebrations
at the U.S. Consulate in Chiang Mai, Thailand
Michael was the MC and Songsri helped out selling Beer and Hot Dogs
Songsri won a 2 day stay in a Deluxe Suite at the RatiLanna Resort (click images to visit the site)
Upon our return we celebrated Michelle's, Tony's & Dominik's Birthday which are days apart
Michelle got a Mini Notebook that is second to none and the boys got a Sony PlayStation
|On a recent trip to the Beach near Pattaya|
|This is our annual vacation spot on an island called Koh Chang in the Gulf of Thailand. Just got back!|
|Our Tony on the way to a merit making Buddhist ceremony with classmates|
|Mommy and kids at Sukhothai||Tony with his consort at the ceremony|
Michelle with her first earrings - Tony caught in a serene moment - Mesmerized by the movie "Pinocchio"
Michelle shining brightly - Tony the Tiger feeling just GREEEEEEAT!
Mommy - A rare arm in arm scene
Restaurant that Mommy & Papa recently visited - Overlooking
From the times before Dominik - Having a "Bad Hair Day"
Tony in a Hmong outfit - Michelle with her Omi (Grandmother when she was in Thailand in the year 2000) - Tony riding his bike
Butterflies the size of two hands - Fishing in the Gulf - and Life on the Beach
The island of Kho Chang is where we spend our annual vacation getting away from it all
A place where you can find the latest news about the entire family
Varied views of the house
Again the house and garden - Michelle and her beautiful Aunt Lynn
Waterfalls within our local area - The golden temples of Chiang An ancient statue of Buddha - The famous ruins of Sukhothai
A note from Michael: Sometime I feel guilty for having had so much in the way of a wonderful life. First having been so very lucky and now, later in life, having such a fantastic family, yet haven given others so little of me throughout life. The largest and most important part in my life until the present were my twenty years of military service and my time in Vietnam. Later, I lived the American dream, which I created for myself as a businessman, in Italy and Europe. I had earned the financial freedom, that I had never known. I was intoxicated by it for a long long time, before finally waking up one day and seeing life for what it was. Now while starting to become older and wiser, as was my Father, in my cherished memories of him, I am able to truly appreciate the present, for these are our life's best moments. I watch daily and intently as our children grow, mature and develop into almost identical copies of Songsri and me. It seems that our Gods have blessed us, for they seem to only have the good characteristics from both of us. It is still a time when our children listen and learn from our tales of life and where we can make a significant difference in their futures, by teaching them to be better than we were and to give more of themselves than their Papa and Mommy ever did. Hopefully the world may become a better place for it.
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