How cold is it in Thailand?

Well, up here in Mahasarakham (educational pearl of the northeast) it dropped to 13.5 degrees C last night (56.3 degrees F).
As long as we’re talking units I might as well drop a couple good links here:

Last week it got about this cold so we put Max in between us at night. For the first time since I was a kid, I had a bed peeing dream; you know the kind where you see the toilet very clearly right in front of you and it feels so relieving when the pee starts flowing in beautiful rivulets into the bowl… I woke up very suddenly in the middle of the night, slightly damp and convinced I’d peed myself. Of course, Max woke up to tell me how funny it was that he’d peed all over me and the bed. Don’t ask me how he bypassed his extra large sleepy-time diaper; the kid’s a damn prodigy or something.

1 thought on “How cold is it in Thailand?

  1. Wet dreams begin at an early age! There is nothing as awful as waking up in someone else’s cold wet pee-pee sheets…..well, almost nothing!
    On another note, Mission Accomplished! We found some non-wheat, non-dairy, non-soy baby teething biscuits at Whole Foods, as well as baby teething sembei with rice flour and arrowroot at Marukai. I am so relieved I don’t have to try baking for boya. I can cook well but baking is not my gig!

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