After getting back to Xiaogan from the cemetery, we spent the remainder of our visit running errands (which was a true sign that I have moved past the introductory phase of my relationship with Tian’s parents) and having fun. Below are pictures of some pictures of the rest of the weekend.
Tian got her bangs cut for $.15 at the neighborhood barber, who sets up shop right on the boulevard.
I had a hole in my coat pocket, and Tian's mom insisted I bring it to her tailor, who fixed it right up and for no charge. This guy also sets up shop right on the street.
Tian also got her ears pierced.
Tian's dad shells nuts for Tian's mom, who can't physically do so on her own. Major good husband points.
We met up with Tian's friend Wang Jing at an intersection for about 15 minutes to drop off something for her. No it wasn't drugs.
At the end of the day, we took in a couple hours of karaoke. I was able to sing a handful of Chinese songs this time.
After lunch on Sunday, Tian's mom won 3 free hours at a professional ma jiang place, which we really enjoyed.
A family photo.