I’ll be the first to admit that I probably can’t function for day without my iPhone. Although I tried not to disturb others when I’m talking on the phone and plus I never like others listening to my conversation. Cell phone etiquette test should be giving to everyone prior to issue the cell phone, just like driver license. They should make it a law and I’ll vote for it:).
On Saturday I had a chance to join my parents at the local temple to merit ceremony for grandpa. Most of temple goer for this temple are Cambodian-Lao and some Thai. The monks are mostly from Thailand and maybe one local monk. As everybody took their seats on the floor and proceed to pray. Most of the folks are trying to repeat prayer after this elderly gentleman, then suddenly this loud cell phone ring tone interrupted the praying session. Everybody was looking around to see where the sound came from. Then finally I heard a voice answering the phone, ALO… blah blah he continue to carry on conversation for about 2 more minutes before hang up the phone. Talking about being rude.. Plus I can’t believe this head monk actually answer his phone call, instead of turning it off. I stop praying and pick up my camera begin to shoot the pictures. I left my cell phone in the car to avoid this embarrassing moment and plus my ring tones are not for those elderly to hear. Immediately I was thinking about blogging on this topic. hahhahahahha
My little princess enjoyed her time with grandparents at the temple. She loves sticky rice and constantly asking for the rice from grandma.
Tuk Bard “Giving Alms”…. This is my first time giving alms at this temple and everybody does it differently. I feel little awkward to be standing at the same level as those monks. I need to do this more often:-).