Photos(click on any thumbnail to open that gallery)
Some events from 2009
Some events from 2007
An Assortment of Thai Parties, and Favorite Little Ones
Ja and her friends from work are always going up to the Thai Pub "OZone". Here are some shots from Halloween, Christmas, and in between. Also, some shots of my my Goddaughter's Birthday Bash.
Thailand — Dec 2004 through Jan 2005
Ja took me back to her home in Bangkok to meet her family. We all toured around to some beautiful places, and had some good laughs. Although Ja's immediate family lives in Bangkok, her parents are from Ban Beung in Chon Buri. Ying and Tony were married there. It was also in Ban Beung that I rode a water buffalo on Christmas Morning.
We were due to leave for Phuket and Phi Phi two days before New Years. Unlike so very many, we were quite fortunate not to have been there when the tsunami hit.
Back East — Aug and Sep, 2004
On this trip, I took Ja back to my old haunts. We were there to celebrate my Father's 70th birthday in Connecticut. My sister and brothers also came along families of various sizes in tow.
Ja and I also spent time both before and after the jamboree in NYC and made our way down to visit Paul and Lynn in Washington, D.C., as well.
2004 — Other Galleries
2004 was a busy year. Here, you will find pictures of Ying and Ton's wedding in Lake Tahoe, their going away party in San Francisco, and a few others.
Ja and Drew's Wedding — Sep 13th, 2003
I am now married, and here's the proof. My wife is Srisupa "Ja" Ruangsuk. She's a graphics arts student originally from Thailand. We met while she was studying at her uncle's resteraunt, a place I ate at often.
2003 — Other Galleries
Boulder, Yosemite, Half Moon Bay, and Pétanque...
Cate and Tripp's Wedding was the highlight of my social calendar. We had a fun Halloween party, too.
Not a banner year for taking pictures (there's 3 whole shot's from an after hours party).
The big jamboree in Boulder was a blast. My sister and her family, both my brothers and Nicole, Auntie Cate, my Mom, and my buddy Paul were all there. It was mayhem (in a good way).