>Compliments

>I love compliments from my Thai friends. They are so endearing and yet receiving them is a little like playing a game where I have to find the nice meaning behind words that might otherwise seem really awful.

Examples of compliments I received this week:

“Jen, you used to be fatter than you are now.”
“Your hair looked much prettier yesterday.”
“Jen, you’ve been looking more beautiful lately than you usually do. Why?”

I am feeling really good about myself lately, wouldn’t you be?

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