Hmmm....So, is this going to be your new house?
oh epic fail!
The word "fail" is something I never associate with a visit here.What failed, I gasped, the business of going to Turkey??? My heart went to my mouth, ie fail and Jocelyn just don't go together! Can't tell you how relieved I was when 'twas just the sign on the door. The colour, momentarily drained, came back to my face. It is now no longer wiht.
Since you've not been getting the nightly news, you may have missed the report about the crew from a school district that put down, "SHCOOL" in the crosswalk. Argh!
Yah, I speak Engilish now and then!
Hey, I typyed that sgin.
Hahahaha, this one made me laugh out loud.
hehehehe, can't imagine.
Awesome! You should be able to get a great collection of those.
Just like a lot of folks in this country -natives, at that -who profess to be Engilish speaking but can't spell for you know what! LOL
No tnahk yuo.
I prefir brwn Engrish speeching drivers
can't imagine why... and that was even BEFORE a certain english teacher came by!
Maybe they could speak it, just not write it? Kinda like a bunch of my fellow Americans.
Or let's not and move on. Dot org.
It put's me in mind of our African Safari trip! Too funny funny for words, and yes, buyer beware, eh? Ha!
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So I get busy and can't read blogs for a few months and you up and move out of your country!!! It took me some back tracking to find your post telling the story. Your in Turkey! Sounds like such an interesting adventure. I wish I could do something like that with my kids... I may just have to plan for it :)
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