If you find a mitten or glove, you stick it up somewhere so the owner will find it. As a result, there are a lot of mittens, gloves, hats and scarves stuck up on things by the end of winter.
For me the most exotic person there was the woman in the second photo down. She is Yakut, from eastern Siberia.
27th Nov 2006, 03:30
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In response to Alfie's vodka research.
We conducted serious and intense vodka research in our neighbourhood. It required many hours of concentration, and stamina. We tried it all. The expensive French Grey Goose, everything Russian, and the stuff you don't want to ever have again.
Maybe we're prejudiced, but the Canadian 'Iceberg Vodka', from Newfoundland (rhymes with understand) was the winner. Newfoundland is a very special part of Canada.
Says on the bottle the iceberg water is 14,000 years old. If you drink too much of it, that is exactly how you feel.
I just feel great.
and yes, my fly is open.
still thinking of kate.
For me, living in a big city is always a challenge. I do much better outside urban areas. Today I needed to get away, so I went up to the railroad tracks which run through the middle of the city. I often walk my dog here. You can go for miles, and never really know you are in the middle of a big city. It is a world away from everything else.
desolee needs correct French accents, which I cannot seem to do here. It is the only word for how you feel sometimes--I gues desolated is the proper translation, but it is not right.