Proverbs 27:5-6 Better is open rebuke than hidden love. Wounds from a friend can be trusted, but an enemy multiplies kisses.
We arrived at the Mae Sa school today to very warm welcome from the children. As we got off the van and walked into the school, the kids swarmed us with high-fives and hellos. I snapped this picture after things had died down a bit, but you can get a glimpse of what this looked like.
This just brought such a smile to my face and brightened my day. The kids were not just saying hello, but actually having a conversation (Good morning, teacher. How are you?). This was such a huge blessing and they truly made my day better.
Our children got all of their work done for the day with very little trouble, so, all in all it was a very nice day. When we got home our kids dispersed to play on their tablets while Jeff and I sat downstairs to visit with Wat, Grandma, and Na Na. Na Na made me a ramen noodle soup with veggies and a boiled egg. It was so wonderful, yet simple; I can’t wait to make this at home. Na Na also made the kids some chicken nuggets to go along with the Annie’s Mac and Cheese I made for them (my mom had sent like 7 boxes with her last package).
After putting the kids to bed, Jeff went with Wat to Nan for a bit of nightlife. I will leave this for Jeff to share at a later date, but they did not get home until almost 2 am, so would say that they had fun. Jeff did say that it was a loud and interesting experience, but also a lot of fun. I stayed home with the kids, which I was more than happy to do, and watched Clueless with Anjali while enjoying a nice bottle of wine.