21 June 2005

Weather

I have just added a "weather box" on the left-hand side. It gives the weather for Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It will be almost like you all are there with me. (Some of you will!!!) The forecast looks like it will be hot, wet, and hot. Well, I'm super-excited and should have lots of pictures to share when I get back. My dad just bought himself a new digital camera, and gave me his "old" one. It's pretty good as far as I know, but I am still not sold on the whole digital thing, however it will be easier to carry than my SLR, and I have always enjoyed that little element of surprise associated with film cameras.
Well, I may post before I leave Friday, or I may not. Please be praying for us. Thanks, I'll miss y'all.
If you are curious, check out this post for all my travel plans this summer.

7 comments:

Crissi said...

Liz, we'll miss you while you're gone. God bless you and the rest of the crew on your Cambodia mission.

Liz J said...

Thanks Crissi!

MicahGirl said...

Blessings as you leave for your world-wide adventures. I am here in your neck of the woods overcoming jet lag, and I appreciated your comforting words on my blog. Plus...no earthquakes yet.

jimmy said...

I just heard that you guys are on the way back home. I'm glad that you are all safe, and that your task was accomplished. AWESOME!!!

Jenny Jorg said...

Angkor what what!

Tim said...

Hey cheers for your comments on my Blog.
I've seen this 'Angkor' thing on yours and jenny's blog now what on earth does it mean?

Liz J said...

Tim, Angkor Wat (pronounced wawt--rhymes with "taught") is a big temple in Siem Reap, Cambodia. We visited it while we were there. Walking through town, we also came across a bar called "Angkor What?" My philosophy is that some American came to Cambodia, saw the temple, thought he was funny and opened the bar. So, it's basically an inside joke. We like to say "Angkor What?" It sounds silly when you write it down, but if you were there, you would think it was hilarious (maybe).