I went to the highest point in Thailand 2 weeks ago and it was so breathtaking beautiful and cold! (I’ve never been so cold in Thailand before! About 50 degrees) It was a great way to get to know the Zion Staff and create some good memories.
We enjoyed eating Sookie the night we were there and it is like grilling your own meat and veggies right in front of you. I ate far too much, and all of the foreigners were the first to surrender. They made fun of us for sure, but I couldn’t eat another bite!All of us enjoying Sookie
We made it back and I wasn’t feeling myself to say the least. I was late to work as I couldn’t afford to leave the bathroom. I had diarrhea, like I have never had before.
To add to the bathroom drama, I had to go one a visa run (an unsuccessful one). Try traveling with non-stop diarrhea, yeah, it is an unpleasant adventure (especially with turbulence).
I come back from my visa run and the girls asked how my trip was. They asked if I went on a small day trip and what I saw, and I really had nothing to report. The entire time I was there, I stayed in my hotel bed and bathroom.
They laughed and gave me the name “Kee dek” which translates to “Poop Everywhere”. It was all fun and games for awhile and a great way to giggle over my misfortune, but now that season has passed and my nickname has remained the same.
I think I was hoping for a cuter Thai name like Sky, Giggles, Flower or really anything else; but the name I have tells a story and it was my ticket into the start of me being able to disciple the women here. I’ve had the chance to answer some questions they have had about Jesus and begin reading the bible more and more with the women.