Every November during the full moon Thailand celebrates Loy Krathong! This holiday celebrates the end of the rainy season, as well as is a day to give thanks to the Water Goddess. In the evening you light a candle on a Krathong (a decorated float made from banana leaves) and float it out on a lake or river. This symbolizes letting go of past resentment and fear! A beautiful celebration with even cuter little participants. These are some of my students making their Krathongs!