Thanks Valerie so much for your support. I don’t know what I expect as this is a brand new experience. In addition I could use better computer navigation skills. But for me IT IS an accomplishment to have managed to sign on, and to POST. And to find YOU :))
Just an aside, don’t know where to put it. You’ve been at this for a long time and have a great deal of talent. It’s obvious. Are you familiar with various blog sites? Do you know of one that might be better suited for me? Not that I’m unhappy with this one, but my ‘stories’ don’t have that ‘intellectual’ quality.They’re more like personal moment in time I guess. Thanks. Carole
C’est un vrai histoire (you can see that I don’t speak French either.) I must tell you that my cousin Valerie who lives in Prague is a linguist. When she decided to move to Prague, she learned the language and then began doing translations. Look, some people just have it. Allons enfant de la patrie and comment allez-vous and le crayon est sur la table… Carole
Felt like I was reading part of a chapter in a book. Wondering if you’ve written any BOOKS. You have an easy, flowing style.
The repast sounded wonderful and on my diet I could have enjoyed at least the chicken soup and the baked chicken :)
I liked your bean story despite the fact that on my special diet, I am not allowed beans, tomatoes, olives, cheddar cheese or sour cream. I find your piece on the intellectual side, so different from my own. I plan to read some more. I agree, there’s never time for anything. Presently I find myself rushing for a change, at this time because daughter…
thank you Valerie, this is all new to me. Will check out some of yours as soon as time. I have a cousin Valerie who lives in Prague. Every year she comes to America to visit. She got on the plane yesterday, didn’t feel well, got off, etc etc. Hopefully she’ll be here officially on Tues. We’ll all meet in NY to see a show.