writing at 100,000 kilometers/hour, just sitting here
Speaking of the boy who never grew up, (and who was usually a girl).....the one with the ST mug = Peter Pan face.
Hey, yeah! I wouldn't have thought of that, but I do have a Peter Pan–like wink on there, eh? I like it: thanks.
I think it should read "E stato un bello anno"... but that's not important, because it's the lovely smirk behind the paper that counts! Your new year is off to a great start!
Thanks, bink: YOU speak better Italian than I do (not that that's saying much).
Fresca,I thank you from the heart!xoxIsabel
I have loved your 365 project! You inspired me so I've been doing one, albeit casually, from the Cyber words I have to enter whenever I comment on your blog. The rule was I had to record the "word" every time I commented. The last one is today's.Cyber Poemshemenmanchgrapocaroawifequalhumlypadotesssemattatnugavinregerramizetracenchrednuuntesidappreciancepumanesnessoniamudeiscultbitingsvoiniaflogmemoveunceentphainmastersflansanongoclprexpopadetsiselcisiarestidigremstiolemphimlmsaniwaillyaumesseseldicingeomusliessnotebaciumogpstredinterverfaingsgringlinbardshiesuribiestermischskurpesseschmporconessipecatenbudenlegglfochaingefloabratosmasiedmange
My Italian is s***! :)
ISABEL: I keep your brother and you in my prayers.LILL: That's WONDERFUL! You have a poet's eye.That list could provide sci-fi characters' names or be the base of nonsense poems, etc. etc.Thanks--it's very cool you did that! (But "mange"? I know I've had some bad hair, but...)
Heya! Isn't "mange" also Italian for "eat"? My Italian is nonexistent; I fake it from stuff I've sung and what I know of Spanish and Greek. I'm so happy you did all you did in the cyber and real worlds last year...and, Lill, ooohhh what a cool idea to create a cyber poem!Yippeee, Frescadita! U R NO SLUG, GAL!Love and Hugs,Stefalala
It was such a beautiful year! I was looking through them and thinking, "What a beautiful life." And what a beautiful human, too.Hugs,Krista
STEF: I guess it is some form of "eat"--my Sicilian grandmother always used to exhort us, "Mangia! Mangia!"KRISTA: Thanks. A beautiful human, hair notwithstanding. : )
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