Monday Montage: Please Hold…

This week we have been going over and over what our future plans may be, and the only answer we can conclude at the moment is that we have to hold on. I feel like I have gotten stuck in travel voicemail this week that is telling me, “please hold… and the answers will be given to you when God is ready”. We have to wait and see.  And be patient… which is my least normal way to be. Yep, that’s right, I am extremely a little impatient. Travel (and motherhood for that matter) have taught me to be more flexible, to be more positive, and maybe even to be more fun-loving, but I am still working on the patience thing.

I have been sitting and trying not to tap my toes waiting for some clear direction on where we should go next (or if we should stay). Meanwhile, we have been making the most of  our “time left” if that is what this time turns out to be. Which means I actually have more than a few photos to share with you today! Although I am sure that you all wanted to see some more gates, am I right? Well if you really want to see the gates, you can look at them again in my post from last week. This week for my Monday Montage, there are no gates included… just some of the beautiful and humorous things I love about this stunning country. I love Thailand.

A new beach that a Thai friend took us to. It's gorgeous and calm. A great place to take toddlers. It is near Cape Panwah, but I am do not know the beach name. It is primarily a locals beach. What a find!
A new beach that a Thai friend took us to. It’s gorgeous and calm. A great place to take toddlers. It is near Cape Panwa, but I am do not know the beach name. It is primarily a locals beach. What a find!
Ramubtan and Mangosteen fruit is everywhere in Phuket right now. There is so much that people are pretty much just giving them away. They are so delicious!
Rambutan and Mangosteen fruits are everywhere in Phuket right now. People are pretty much just giving them away.  Score! They are so delicious!
I never knew that a frying pan could be "Fashion,  Comfortable, Healthy". Only in Thailand I guess.
I never knew that a frying pan could be “Fashion, Comfortable, Healthy”. Only in Thailand I guess.
Mojitos for 50 baht ($1.50 USD)  at the Weekend Market in Phuket Town. Yummy!
Mojitos for 50 baht ($1.50 USD) at the Weekend Market in Phuket Town. Yummy!
This is what the Weekend Market looks like in a deluge during the rainy season. Good thing it is hot enough so that one's clothing dries immediately.
This is what the Weekend Market looks like in a deluge during the rainy season. Good thing it is hot enough so that one’s clothing dries immediately.
I believe that this Boot's Pharmacy sign means to read "Winter flu shot" but I think that this signage is actually more correct in its description.
I believe that this Boot’s Pharmacy sign means to read “Winter flu shot” but I think that this signage is actually more correct in its description. Also there is no winter here, there is only dry (high) season and rainy (low) season.
We had dinner in this really cool Sala the other night. I want one!
We had dinner in this really cool Sala the other night. I want one!

 

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