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kiengkham's korner: souwan at linkin park concert

Souwan enjoyed a concert night with his friend CJ. They went to the Linkin Park Concert. The opening acts were 30 seconds to mars and AFI. This was Souwan's first rock concert and he had a blast. He took a couple of photos with his phone.
 
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Souwan had the guys over for a poker night. My cousin Som had a lucky night!
 
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In my corner of the world...

This has nothing to do with our week. I found this handsome guy's picture from our Childress Vineyard date last month. And i'm just admiring him.
 
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I'm sorry for not blogging as much. It's been a crazy week. I have been working overtime. I hope to get back to it next week with new outfit posts.
 
This weeks coupon results: before coupons $33.39 and after coupons $5.05!
 
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After spending some time with Souwan's mom, I was inspired to make this sweet and spicy pan fried tilapia dish.
 
Our friend Marie gave us green tomatoes from her garden. Souwan does not like tomatoes, but he said he would eat fried green tomatoes. They were delicious!
 
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