Monthly Archives: October 2011

Yes, It Is Bad!

It is always amazing to see Thailand featured on CNN World One news report, but if Thailand is featured, it is never for a good reason. CNN estimates that 40% of Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia are under water. And some … Continue reading

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A National Treasure

Thailand has wonderful tradition of issuing beautiful postage stamps. Thanks to my father, Richard W. Bryant, who collected stamps his entire life, and his father before him, Robert Enoch Bryant, who was also a stamp collector, I grew up with … Continue reading

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Meet Nellie

Nellie is the newest member of the Bryant family in Thailand.  She just came home with me today.  While Nellie is new to our family, she has been around for awhile. She is a nine-year-old Miniature Pinscher and looks exactly … Continue reading

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After the Flood

We live in a section of the city called Nong Hoi, which means ‘The Place of Shells.’ Nong Hoi was once rice fields in wonderful, fertile bottom land near the river (which is only a five-minute walk from our home). … Continue reading

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