Tag Archives: สุดดวงใจ sud duang jai

It Can Take Time For Things To Fall Into Place Part 2

25 March 2014; AT5 = 1063 hours; total class time = 2001 hours; TV = 642.1 hours

So, not that it has anything to do with Thai – or at least, not directly – but I’m finally reading Smiley’s People, the concluding novel of British author John le Carré‘s “Karla trilogy”. continued…

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Set The Dial On The Wayback Machine!

14 March 2014; AT5 = 1063 hours; total class time = 2001 hours; TV = 588.5 hours

A happy threesome: Ann Thongprasom, Au Tanakorn Posayanon, and an original 1999 "clamshell" iBook G3; from the 2001 สามี ตีตรา samee tee tra.

A happy threesome: Ann Thongprasom, Au Tanakorn Posayanon, and an original 1999 “clamshell” iBook G3; from the 2001 สามี ตีตรา samee tee tra.

 

I’m currently vibing to turn-of-the-millenium lakorn thanks to kaesaed2‘s excellent vintage collection on youtube. continued…

It Can Take Time For Things To Fall Into Place

9 March 2014; AT5 = 1063 hours; total class time = 2001 hours; TV = 559.4 hours

Just the other day I was thinking about how I still don’t know how to say I’ve changed my mind – and that’s only one of the many Thai words and expressions that I’m sorely missing; and then just this morning I start watching a new lakorn, the 2001 sud duang jai สุดดวงใจ, and there at the very start of the first episode is Ann Thongprasom telling someone that she will not change her mind.

Thanks Ann!