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I consider myself to be more of a story teller, than a writer. It is often more simple to sum up with a camera, but that doesn’t discourage me from the practice of shuffling the alphabet. English can be a challenging language, can’t it?


Important announcementwell, you knowFYI

Perhaps you are ahead of me on this one, but perchance you have been busy and missed the launch … Tsu’ is a new social media site that intends to share the income generated by user content with said users.

One thing I like is posting to Tsu’ has the option of forwarding to Facebook and Twitter.

As I understand it, joining is done by invitation.

I offer you this invitation –

This is sort of a second stage video, which is to say … it does not go into any detail about Tsu, in general. That information is available through a wide variety fo sources.

This video address a technique for tracking and adding “friends” very very quickly.

I am forming … nay … adjusting my approach to “social media”. With the advent of Tsu ( ) several things jelled.

One thing that became very clear is that I miss writing, for the sake of writing and occasionally with intent. I set up a web page, three years ago, to gain and understanding of blogging. It has been sorely neglected, as I seemed to have shifted my textual ventilation over to Facebook. For me that erosion has felt like self robbery … and you bet, I could write 5000 words on that.

Yeh … I will write more. I will resurrect my blog as the starting point for launching future collections and arrangements of words. Tsu will be a hub for uploading content; and I’ll probably visit here occasionally.


Alfred .. well … I don’t know if there is any advantage.

In a loose way, social media is a bit like getting new shoes. There is a plethora of styles and, regardless of all the differences, ultimately, we just want a pair that fit well and feel comfortable.

I agree that FB is more conversational. Not to go on and on, but I have long been concerned that FB sort of seduced me away from my blog. That’s not something I was ever able to resolve. That dynamic has long festered.

Anyway, I’m not asking anyone to walk a mile (or any number of kilometers) in my shoes. I am doing what feels best to me and what serves me most comfortably … and sharing that within the frameworks available.

One of the things I like about Tsu is its newness. I enjoy watching it evolve … and quite frankly, I am delighted to be bringing in a little money. My revenues are on track to cover all my Internet expenses, which pleases my wife very much. There is nothing more important to me that bringing more happiness into this home.

So …. I had a serendipitous fiasco with my blog over the last two days. I went to sleep with the idea of getting back into doing some writing … now that FB is not sucking all that blood out of me.

So … I’m gunna copy this to a file and put it in my blog. I think blogs are mostly dead now because of hand held devices. That’s fitting that I waited to start again. Irony is wonderful at times.


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13 Responses to

  1. Matt Harvath says:

    Great Website! Thanks for sending me the link. You have some wonderful Pics!

  2. I love the pictures I want to visit thailand!

    best regards,

  3. Donna Spears says:

    I love these photos here, my favorite were the beautiful peacock shot and the walking cow along with a man!

  4. Seth Mullins says:

    I spent some time getting caught up on your blog tonight, Sammi. Brilliant photography. You really capture the spirit of the land – a spirit that I can say is unique, as it is unlike anything that I have personally seen with my own two eyes.
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  5. Hello! I’m a great follower of this blog and have been interested in it for a good time now. Just wanted to share this as I know that it is sometimes frustrating when people looks at your site but do not let you know therefore you are non the wiser. So, please maintain the dedication you have been demonstrating in your blog! Cheers!

  6. arif says:

    These pictures show the real village life in Thailand, after looking at them I would like to visit Thailand.

  7. I agree with some of the reply’s, I love the photos! Looks like your trip was fantastic! :)
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  8. Jimmy Bivona says:

    it’s not presumptuous to think of where you’re at as blessed with your presence since we were here. What a change you wrought in this piece of real estate. They will always mention you with awe, tho some with relief. You don’t let up. I gave my Canon to Charly Lee for her HS graduation, an excellent gift and now My sponsor has made it possible for me to get a new camera, a Sony DSC HX200V. What a chore it is to learn this new technology, they publish no manual but put an encyclopedia in the camera so there’s no excuse. Glorious technology it is, too.

  9. The pictures are amazing, and gives one real insight into what life might be like in Thailand. I’ll be back for sure! Reading your blog is like taking a mini vacation. Keep up the good work.

  10. Andrew Lace says:

    beautiful pictures, I loved them.

  11. Babette says:

    I love the pictures put up this way. Put more pics on here, I will visit every week and see! You are a great photographer! Do you
    still have that camera I gave you? Just curious. Time changes all things, then rearranges them and puts them back together again.
    Enjoy the beautiful springtime, do you have spring there? Glad to know where you are located now, also. Great!!!! xoxBabs

    • SammiLaw says:

      Ehhem! I recall paying for that Pentax. Could just be my memory playing tricks. Anyway, no have – my me, it went to a museum or a yard sale. I left it behind with a collection of other film cameras. Did you see that Kodak filed for bankruptcy?

      Three seasons here – Hot, Wet and Cool. Getting hot now. wait a minute; now is cold – hot is lawn. Lawn dee-oh-knee. Cool, which I consider pah-dee pah-dee, but thought of as now by most locals is a bit like Spring, but there is no rain. Sort of November thru January. After that it gets very hot (lawn mak mahk) until it starts to rain (phone.) So, moo arye phone ma lawn pie.

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