There is a location where the sidewalk narrows and the street is close. The water was deep in the street. I have been doused there before by passing cars - so I checked my 6 (rear view) it looked clear. As I got close to the narrowest spot I met some ongoing pedestrians so I slowed down. Unfortunately that slow down allowed a big bus to douse me above my waist.
When I got to the last street there was no choice but to step out into the street into ankle deep water in order to cross. When I reached the office I was soaked from above the waist to my toes. I took off my shoes and socks. I rang out my socks and put them on the un-interruptible power supply for my desktop PC to try to get them dry. So for most of the day I walked around the office in my bare
feet. One of the Thai employees teased me about my white feet.
I was dry enough by 6 PM to go out with the Branch President and 1st counselor to visit members in their home.
The pictures below are from another rainstorm about a week prior. Very similar results as far as he depth of water in the streets. That day I walked back from the office - your mother was already at the Condo and was oblivious to the rain outside. I only got partially soaked that day.
These pictures are taken by your mother who went outside after it stopped raining to see the flooding.