16 thoughts on “haiku friday – speak it

  1. Lullibell has been very concerned about you all learning the language…Keep up the optimism (I am still blindly flailing around in the pit of despair)

    i have taken to hovering about the pit trying to ignore it. the language will come, i hope. πŸ˜‰

  2. Good luck! I hope it goes well! Thanks for the kind birthday wishes!

    toni, thank you. i have now learned that broccoli in thai is broccoli!! i should teach thai! tm

  3. fun, fun, fun, I don know how you can stand all the excitement in your life everyday. You will be speaking Thai before you know it!

    carrie – oh my, the class is moving so fast! i could like totally hold a conversation with anyone who was patient enough as i flip through my flash cards!! tm

  4. I just read several of your blog posts; what an exciting time you are having. And, I’m envious of all that you have learned to cook. The dishes you prepared look delicious!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. πŸ™‚

    Oh, and I like the time and temperature widget you have on the sidebar. It is so WARM there. (as opposed to here.) πŸ˜›

    joyce – thanks for stopping by!! and it is SO WARM here. i’d trade for a little of the cold!! tm

  5. Challenging as though
    all this sounds, you seem to be
    managing quite well ;–)

    Hugs and blessings

    story – this week i seem to be managing quite well. thanks for the hugs and blessings! tm

  6. WOW! That’s really cool. Keep at it and I’m sure you’ll be fluent in no time!

    wright – right now i can say a fierce hello! πŸ™‚ tm

  7. I wonder if Rosetta Stone has one for Thai. It’s a great program to do on your own, at your own pace! Good luck, regardless!

    secret – my husband is doing the online rosetta stone – they won’t shift the software to thailand… tm

  8. Thanks for visiting me. I’ve been looking back at some of your posts. Your life is certainly different! Good luck on your language lessons. πŸ™‚

    adamswife – thanks! i’m enjoying meeting new blogs!! tm

  9. Know what you mean! I’ve had people speaking Thai around me almost every day for two years and still haven’t gotten past “sa-ba-di-KA” and “tom yum gai”. But I’m sure it will be easier for you with formal instruction.

    Good to find other moms on adventures. I’ll definitely put a link on my links page.

    sovereign – i’m hoping the formal instruction does the trick! tm

  10. What a great idea to get immersed. Good luck in learning it.

    anglo – thanks for the good wished. i’m hoping immersion does the trick! tm

  11. what a challenge! we all need that! keep us posted on how its going.

    sarah – i will! i was thinking that perhaps occasionally my haiku friday would be a language update!! tm

  12. Sorry if it’s personal but I’ve found your site
    while I’m searching something about my country^^

    ya I’m Thai
    and I’m glad that you would like to learn Thai.
    (perhaps Have to ^^)

    yes, have to learn thai. but would want to either way.

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