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Day 377: More Malaysia pictures of Nick's trip.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

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The open lot is where they plan to build a new building in Malaysia, so that is what they are out looking at. Nick is my oldest son, and he's a really good guy. If he does move to Malaysia, I'll go visit then. He said he figures he will have to go back again in December, so he probably will spend Christmas there.
Those twin-towers are two of the world's tallest buildings.
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ANDERSONSMITH 7/7/2014 7:11AM

  Some of these photos of Malaysia are wonderful. Your son should think of becoming a professional photographer.

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ANDERSONSMITH 7/2/2014 3:22AM

  A good informative post that you have shared and thankful your work for sharing the information. Got some appealing information and would like to give it a try. Applaud your work and keep sharing your information.

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IAMDARLENE 7/1/2014 1:45PM

   

What an awesome place to visit!!! Your son sounds pretty awesome too.

You must be quite an awesome lady!!

Have a great day. Make it a great day for yourself somehow!! Hugs, Darlene





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IMAVISION 1/11/2014 3:14PM

    emoticon for that peek into your son's day-to-day world. I enjoyed it.

God bless!

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GYMCHICK30 11/8/2013 4:56PM

    Nice

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GOANNA2 11/2/2013 10:06PM

    Haven't spoken to you in ages. Was lovely to see
the pictures of Malaysia and it will be nice to go
to Malaysia to visit your son. Have a great Sunday.
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TRAVELGRRL 1/1/2013 7:56AM

    Thank you for your comment on my goals blog. I visited Malaysia in 2006 and 2007 when my brother was working there for an oil company. He lived within walking distance of the Petronas towers. It was a GREAT place to visit and I know if you go you'll have a blast! It's a LONG LONG trip though, especially if you have to fly coach!

I have seen the "Wheat Belly" guy on Dr. Oz and while I've not read the book, I am DEFINITELY trying to eat less bread and other wheat products. I figure it all helps, right?

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SHARON10002 6/20/2012 6:11PM

    Those skyscrapers are amazing! What detailed architecture. Thanks for sharing.

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ENUFF81020 3/7/2012 12:57PM

    Hi there, One of my sons spent a Christmas holiday period in Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore. It was sure tough on me, but he learned a great deal on his trip. I never gave any thought to the doors of experiences that it might have given me. He has since broken up with the lady who had helped him to visit her homeland and her current residence. I hope that your photos are on your page so I can see them there.
Best wishes--and thanks for making me a spark friend too!

Gemtle hugs,
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4AMAZINGME 11/10/2011 6:43PM

    awesome pics. thank you

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OLDOWL 8/11/2010 12:32PM

    Beautiful pictures thanks for sharing.

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CAROLJ35 7/31/2010 8:20PM

    Thanks for sharing those delightful photos. I never think of Maylasia as so modern because I think the villages are quite remote and backward.
I was especially interested because my nephew married a Christian girl from Maylasia. She was educated in US and had very good jobs here, but mother and much of family live in Maylasia.
She and my nephew presently reside in Edinburgh, Scotland where he is pursuing doctorate in theology and she works for Bank of Scotland. When he finishes education he has accepted job in Christian college in Singapore so Jacqueline will not be too far from her home country. Their almost one year old will get to see more relatives, too.
(And the nephew's brother has been working in India for several years.) Small world, isn't it?
Again, I really enjoyed photos!

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LAFFLOTS57 6/15/2010 9:25PM

    Wow! those pictures r really breathtaking. emoticon

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USE2BWILD 11/14/2009 9:49PM

    Jibbie, I learned about Malaysia things I did not know here. I don't know where the pictures are as I don't see any of Malaysia but your pictures of your family are awsome!! You have such a beautiful family!! God Bless. From, mcgee

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HONEY_73 10/20/2009 9:35PM

    hi there actually Malaysia is pretty progressive, and there are as many women in mini skirts as there are in Muslim garb. There isn't any repression against women and women get equal pay...there's no glass ceiling or anything and many of the highest-ranking jobs are held by women. The Muslim women wear Muslim garb out of choice, not because of force...there are some misguided people of course as there are in any place, but mainly people of all races-Chinese, Indian, Malay, expatriates etc live pretty happily alongside each other...don't worry, your son will be just fine...Christmas is pretty festive in Malaysia too especially in the cities..i've been there plenty of times!

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COOLMAMA11 2/11/2009 5:15PM

    Wonderful pictures Jibbie, thanks for sharing.

hugs
Elaine

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SASSY_QUEEN 2/9/2009 9:24AM

    i CAN'T SEE THE PICS HERE AT WORK...WILL LOOK LATER...LOVE YOUR COMMENT ABOUT AMERICA...YOU HAVE TO CHECK THIS OUT......

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SMYLEERED 12/26/2008 9:50AM

    Beautiful pictures of Malaysia. Thanks for sharing those and the pics of your son, Nick.

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SHTAYLOR44 12/25/2008 6:30PM

    I am in awe when I look at other countries and their customs, thanks for sharing.

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AUNTIE*CHEENA 11/21/2008 10:13AM

    Yes America is beautiful!
Thank you for reading my blog and giving me the Info on Gilad. I noticed the accent but didn't know where it came from.

May the Lord be with you and yours wherever you spend Christmas! emoticon
CORINE

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NOREGRET2010 11/14/2008 10:00AM

    Beautiful pictures....but not somewhere I wanna live!

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MIAMARSH 11/10/2008 1:02PM

  These pictures are wonderful. Thanks for the comment, it made me smile!

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NARNIA9334 11/5/2008 7:50PM

    What neat pictures; thanks for sharing!

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SAMODER 11/2/2008 5:22PM

    I agree that it is wonderful to be ale to be proud of our children - but they didn't get there by accident!!!!

What a wonderful opportunity for your son, but it is hard on the parents. I don't like that m son is in Texas, and we're in Indiana - that's too far away for me. However we can't hold them back either.

Jibbie, here is my favorite quote and you have earned the right to use it,because of how you've raised your children.

Parents give their children 2 things: one is roots, the other is wings.

You're awesome!
Sam

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ANDREA5KIDS 11/2/2008 4:02PM

    WOW! Interesting!

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LEYETTE 10/29/2008 10:49AM

    Awesome pics...thanks for sharing!!

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JUNKINTHETRUNK3 10/27/2008 12:45PM

    Great pictures!

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CECEWRITER 10/26/2008 10:08PM

  Beautiful pics, Jibbie-thank that boy of yours! I bet he also realizes what a great Mom he has...

Blessings to you and all of yours!

Cindy

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BKP4166 10/24/2008 1:03AM

    Jibbie...those are great pictures and it's wonderful to be able to say that your oldest son is a great guy...my David is too. In fact all 3 of my sons are great guys. I hope you get a chance to go visit him there.

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