She can sing Lionel Richie songs with me. I love her.
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Good morning from Michigan – where I wish I could have a muffin – not a talking one, though. I’m hungry.
I mean as we ‘type’
back to my answer…check your email in a few minutes.
Maeby, where are you from and what’s the time there? Please
jb: NJ would count for me, but my professor would probably say “not so much”. However, I will say that I do like NJ.
Maeby…..it’s 11:27pm Saturday here……going to hit the old farter very soon!
Popped in for just a moment to read, but I just had to say, 217-223, that is one of the sweetest exchanges I’ve ever seen on here. What a nice place this is today. Good luck with your assignments, Nilbo and Kassi.
Bye Yamilla nice chatting to you, thanks for the link. Henry_K try and get some sleep. The rest of you doocettes have a great day
hi susie *dang cold waves*
kassi I’m typing my answer as we speak.
desiree….what have you been drinking??
short answers are fine, no need to stress yourselves. I’m just thankful for the response.
good nirht Ginger
Would you consider yourselves decisive and assertive, or nururing and modest?
my, Henry you’re just a regular old chatter box this mornin’ arencha?
Did you eat your muesli?
Lastly, do Canadians value the future and progression or are they more concerned with preserving traditions?
mmmmm… very warm and fuzzy!
You can just send it to my email, it is: email@example.com
Thank you soo much for helping me!
Do Canadians respect authority or do they subvert authority in order to get the job done? [this is overall]
Gingermog: very cool,Llainfairpwll sounds so intresting. Have you been to the red cave and the church?
Yes I am impressed with Henryk and his spelling even after 1 or 3 beers and I spell like shit. I need a coffee!!! Or maybe a beer and some bundy rum.
Are Canadians more comfortable with uncertainty, or ambiguity, not minding conflict or would they rather have set rules and regulations-and avoid conflict?
I am a fraud, for I know how to cut and paste!
Where do you want us to answer this … in an e-mail or here … and is it, like, an essay question, or multiple choice, because, like, we had a substitute yesterday and he didn’t tell us there was a test …
in a while, crocadile!
Is anyone on who lives in a different country? If so would you please help me with a homework assignment?
Ok all you doocers and doocettes. i am off to have some breaky, and to work hard.
Have a good morning or a good night to those in Aus-tralia (HenryK that means you),
chau, ta-ta-ta, see ya later aligator
a different country or culture than American that is…
Good(?) morning KD……..AHHHH YES, THE JOYS OF PARENTHOOD!
I used to make gowns fo drag queens, and I’ll tell you this: the ones in Chicago would have LOVED the chutes idea.
Yamilla we call the village Llainfairpwll or llainfair pg for short. The whole name is a bit of a late 19th scam to pull in visitors and translates into “Saint Mary’s Church in the hollow of the white hazal near a rapid whirlpool and the Church of St. Tysilio of the red cave” I don’t know who started it. HenryK I am impressed with your spelling!
damn…sorry about that.
The book is called “Rocky Trip” or in spanish “La ruta de los galeses en Patagonia” by Sergio Sepiurka. Here is a link http://www.lsf.com.ar/libros/1/987112112.asp
Lovely photo, great rendition of Good Dog Carl…but, oh dear–drag? erotic masquerade?
my delicate midwestern sensibilities! *faint*
Ohmygod gingermog. Is that really true?
The closest town to where i am at is trevelin (welsh) and then theres trewlew. That is the closest thing we have to ainfairpwllgwyngylllyndropwch saintasillioggogogoch
so how did you call your town for short? ainfair?
I’m so jealous. I NEED a digital camera. Greenthumb: I replied to you yesterday about my webhosting..its liquid web. I tried to leave you a comment…but IT WOULDNT WORK! I love you site!
Good morning to the Dooce household! Very cute pic. Nice way to start a Saturday. Much better than being up every three hours all night long with a congested baby. Ah, ain’t motherhood grand?
lawbrat: thanks, and thanks for the hosting info.
Yes Yamilla I do speak Welsh and was brought up in a billingual home with lots of Welsh chapel on Sundays. What is the name of your parent’s friend? I’ll try and get a copy of his book, it sounds interesting.
Madi: The Boxcar Children, along with The Light in the Attic were my favorites!
llainfairpwllgwyngylllyndropwch saintasillioggogogoch…..did I spell that correctly?
I went to a drag show once. I was so disappointing. I expected them all to run really fast and have chutes pop out of their backs to help them stop. It wasn’t like that at all.
Niblo….is that the name of a Welsh train station I have seen before?
Ah, I love the sound of crickets chirping … (chirrup … chirrup)
Lol Nilbo that is so true. I grew up 17 miles from llainfairpwllgwyngylllyndropwch saintasillioggogogoch possibly the longest place name in the world (?)
Chronicles of Narnia still rule!
(Greenthumb puts on garden shoes) kids, it’s time to go play in the dirt some more. I’ve update Project Greenthumb this morning. I’ve got work to do a plenty. Thanks for themorning jive. You RULE Dooce.
Good one Niblo…hahahaha
Oooh light in the attic was a favorite of mine as well. Also, the “Cat who wore a pot on her head”
gingerog: Do you speak welsh?
Yes there are many welsh people here where I live, or of welsh decent. There is a 100 year old welsh church here, and people whoese surnames are Willams, Evans and Jones and have blue eyes. A friend of my parents has just written a book about the welsh community here and how they arrived on the “Mimosa” so long ago.
‘My Side of the Mountain’ was a great book’. I also recommend anything by Farley Mowat.
Welsh speaking villages in Patagonia? Well, how about it, Yamila …. see any signs saying something like “Welcome to Llyychyllwynllddchyydd, please drive carefully.”?
I never read The Cat Who Wore a Pot on Her Head. It sounds fun though.
Has anyone read Tatto-chan, the little girl at the window ?
it is turning out to be a very good read.
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