There are various pressures in Kampot's life. For example, he hopes that his wife will help him to have a son after six consecutive daughters; he is upset by the bank loan he owes for buying a tractor, and he is also worried about working outside. The son was not disappointed with the big money ... However, Kampot will not be overwhelmed by these troubles. Because life brought him many good friends, pleasant sunshine and quiet nights, under the blue clouds of the Tibetan plateau, spring harvest and autumn harvest, occasionally drinking and gambling with friends, and chanting songs, although the days are not rich, but they can find fun. When his wife finally gave birth to another son, Kampot gratefully praised nature and life from the bottom of his heart..