Archive for June, 2007

Puppies Need A Home


Khun Ti (a volunteer from Soi Dog Rescue) rescued these 3 puppies from a car park garage near her home. Now they are at a clinic. She asked if anyone would want to adopt them. Please call Khun Ti at 081-1711764 or email to kk_skk (at) hotmail (dot) com

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They are so adorable. If my mom wants to pet a dog, it would be good. She said our house is not appropriate to have a dog. I think she still miss Elf so much.

I miss Elf very much too.

Ain’t no beagle handsome like him.

Become A Cat Foster Parent

Cat Fostering

I got an email from Mrs. Sheridan (Founder & President of Soi Dog Rescue). I don’t have time to help SDR yet so here I hope you guys please help me spreading this news.

Foster parents provide temporary homes for cats prior to adoption and for cats needing time to recover from an illness or injury. It’s a wonderful and rewarding way to contribute to saving homeless pets, and a fun and flexible way to volunteer some of your free time. Best of all, it’s a great way to enjoy a pet if you are unable right now to make a lifetime commitment to adopting one.

Skills needed…
It’s good to have knowledge about companion animal behavior and health, but at SCAD we provide basic cat-care training. Most cats adjust quickly and just need some TLC and time in a home environment to learn to trust.

What else is required…
A spare bedroom or bathroom – or for anyone wishing to help longer term, a garden or balcony closed-in area. Cat fostering is suitable for apartment or house dwellers, but to better facilitate easy viewing for potential adopters, a central Bangkok location is preferred. Foster parents have to be prepared to visit the vet for vaccinations and other health issues, and be willing to set aside time for play and interaction, and regular updates to SCAD.
Taking a cat into your home, loving it, and then letting it go requires a spacial kind of person. A cat foster parent role is to prepare the kitty for a adoption into a loving home.

To apply, email claire (at) soidogrescue (dot) org

Artist Figure

Artist Figure

This is an artist figure. Some may call it ‘Wooden figurine’ or ‘Wooden drawing figure’. Since I started to do my painting project (Penny, The Good Witch), I had been wanting to buy this figure. I even dreamt about it.

I know only that I could buy it at Silapakorn University. It’s quite far from where I live. I searched the net for online buying. I found it on IKEA. Due to shipping expense, I would rather buy it in Thailand.

One day, N’Goy surprised me by giving me this wooden figure. Thank you! Isn’t she cute? I am so excited to do painting and drawing again! I need to find time to do it though. 24 hours a day is not enough time for me. I want to do and finish everything the same day and I will not be able to.

I wish I have a laptop. I could work from everywhere I am. Why don’t money fall from the sky!?

Becoming Vegetarian

Kao Pad Pak

This picture is ‘Kao & pad pak mua‘ (ข้าวกับผัดผักมั่ว) in Soi 108 (next to United Center). Kao & pad pak means rice and stir-fried vegetables. Mua (มั่ว) means [V.] pick at random. It’s mixed vegetables. Normally I don’t like to eat vegetables but this menu is very delicious.

I want to be a vegetarian. I know it would be so hard for me so firstly I will reduce eating meat. P’Aom told me about choosing foods based on blood type. She said type A (like me) shouldn’t eat meat. I should eat veggies and whole grain cereal.

I heard about it again from Tina. I just read First Steps to Becoming Vegetarian and I realize it’s very tough. I better start with this food list for type A. You can view your list here.

Aof Pongsak

Aof Pongsak is my favorite singer. I like the way he sings. It’s captivating. I love to listen to sad songs and he sings this kind of song very touching.

เธอยังคงไม่ลืมเค้า เค้าที่เธอนั้นฝังใจ
แม้จะนานสักเท่าไหร่ ก็ยังคิดถึงเรื่อยมา
เธอก็คงจะเลือกเขา ถ้าเค้าจะกลับมาหา
และชั้นก็รู้ว่า ชั้นต้องไปอยู่ดี

And this song แพ้ภัยตัวเอง is my favorite.



When the sun goes down, the stars come out to play. I took this picture from the 8th floor MRT (Ladprao station) parking building.

The sky looks so empty but take a look at the street … busy traffic as usual. A peak hour. Crowded public transport.

Driving in Bangkok can be huge time-waster and a big headache. There are a lot of aggressive drivers in Bangkok (including me). I will use public transportation if it is ubiquitous, comfortable, reliable, cheap as gas and safe. Unfortunately, I find it grossly inadequate.

I’ve been spending a lot of time in the car lately. The traffic seems to get worse. What I should do when I stuck in the car? If I could, I would do painting. But all I can do is sing -“-

Papa’s Birthday

Hey, Jude! Don’t let her down
You have found her, now go and get her
Remember, to let her into your heart
Then you can start to make it better.

Tomorrow is my Papa’s birthday. He’s going to be 57 years old. Sadly, I don’t have any present for him. I don’t have enough money to buy him nice things. I know he wouldn’t want anything from me but time to be together. I decided to do any freelance job. I want to earn more money.

He’s still playing his guitar every night. I can hear the melody of 60’s like Elvis, Cliff Richard and Beatles. Whenever I hear those musics, they remind me of him.

He always teaches me how to live my life. He’s a moralist. If I am good person, it’s all because of him but if I am as bad as all that, please blame it on me.

Dearest Papa,

I wish you all the best thing in the world. You’re the greatest man. I am proud to be your daughter. Without you I would be nothing. Happy birthday!
ขอให้พ่อมีความสุขมากๆ มีสุขภาพดีๆ อยู่กับส้มนานๆ เพราะส้มไม่รู้จะอยู่ยังไง ถ้าไม่มีพ่อ รักพ่อมากๆ นะคะ

This song ‘Always on my mind’, my brother did sing it on high school stage ^^

Maybe I didn’t treat you
Quite as good as I should have
Maybe I didn’t love you
Quite as often as I could have
Little things I should have said and done
I just never took the time

You were always on my mind
You were always on my mind

Tell me, tell me that your sweet love hasn’t died
Give me, give me one more chance
To keep you satisfied, satisfied

A Beggar With A Sign

A Beggar

A beggar with a sign, he is sitting in the middle of a busy sidewalk in Silom. “I want to go home.” the 50 something old beggar said it every morning, “Life on the street becomes unbearable.”

Nearly everyday when I walk to office, I pass him. I think he notices that I look at him. I sketched him as he sat there with a sign wrote “I beg for money to buy ticket home.” I have seen this old man for like 5 years. I wondered where is his home exactly.

Maybe his home is in USA so he has to get big money to go there. If he got at least 200 baht per day. In 5 years, he would get 365,000 baht. He didn’t need to buy anything except foods. He wears this same dirty cloths. He’s already rich by now.

He’s not even a handicapped. I have to go to work, do work to earn money. How come he only sits there and gets money so easily? At this point I’m getting a little grumpy about all this begging.

Excusez moi, Monsieur, pourriez vous nous aider s’il vous plait?

After All

An Acrylic Color Set

On June, 1 I went to Silom Complex to buy some tools for my painting project. I got an acrylic color set, a pack of brushes, a sketch book, pad and etc. I am gonna do the illustration again. It is what I am good at. I don’t need computer to do painting. I love to draw and paint with my hand.

My mom said she loves to see me do painting because I look happy. She’s glad to see that after all I am getting serious with it. She and Papa blessed me to get a chance to be succeed.

On June, 2 (Saturday) I got up early in the morning and had a long journey so in the evening I felt so sleepy. I had an appointment with Noom (นุ่ม) at 6.30 pm. We had dinner at Ootoya restaurant. I had 鶏の炭火焼きサラダ定食バジル風味 then we went to drink at a blues bar in Sukhumvit 26. I was drunk and went home around 1.30 am. I wondered how can I drive home.

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