Friday, January 31, 2014

This is Frank and Cloody's






grand daughter, she graduated college last year and had her heart set on teaching English in China.
Here she is in Beijing on holiday from teaching. And I get excited when The Bennie says less go to "Walley World."

10 comments:

racheld said...

To lie down with a tiger, and sit companionably whilst he contemplates his mighty paws---now THAT is an adventure!

What a life these young folks lead---our DS#4 has been to China several times, as well as many other places in the world, and now lives in a mile-high apartment in New York. I don't know if I could sleep that high in the sky. And our DD#2 and her family are moving to Europe in the Summer for several years, with his job.

Wow. How the world spins, and we hope to share in those adventures soon.

Best to you and Mr. The Bennie---stay WARM!

rachel

Barbara said...

Looks like she is having a fun time as well as working.

Maggie Ann said...

Wow! What an extrodinary life she is leading....how did she ever get that close to all those animals? I am fascinated by the pictures and never dreamed anyone could do those things.

L. D. said...

That is so neat that she was able to achieve her goal. It would be fun to do when you are young and the responsibilities are less. Great fun to visit.

Blackberry Lane said...

Wow! What a dream come true. She is fulfilling her dreams while she is young - that's great and I enjoyed the photos.

Country Gal said...

Nice photos ! Good for her , looks like she is enjoying it all ! Thanks for sharing . Have a good weekend !

Maggie Ann said...

Patsy, I didn't 'root' the hibicus....just brought it in to save it from the frost. It has done better indoors than it ever did on the patio!

Simply Linda said...

Oh wow! Love the pics, especially the one of the tiger. Wow..what a memorable trip she will have. Blessings

Love Of Quilts said...

I wouldn't want to be that close to a tiger, she has guts. I know wally world is the only place I ever see too.

Lynda said...

Young adults today are amazing in their travels. It seems nothing for them to go halfway around the world. Our older daughter taught English in Japan for two years and has traveled to Canada. Our younger daughter traveled around Europe with her college and a couple of years later, she visited her sister in Japan. It's great they have had these opportunities.