Everything sublime is as difficult as it is rare. Baruch Spinoza

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Twinkle, Twinkle Little Tree, Here You Are For All To See!


Joyeux Noel Mon Amies Tres Bien
et
Tout Le Monde

I think this is all I remember from six years of French, but it sounds so lovely in French I couldn't resist. Whatever language, the sentiment is the same. I wish you all a joyous holiday season. 

7 comments:

  1. How nice. Now, I need to find our tree and then put it up *again* : ). I seem to have forgotten all about Christmas! When we find the stereo I am going to finish the unpacking to Christmas Carols that ought to get us back in the spirit : )

    Ash

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  2. I owe Howard a thank you. Since he came into our lives I have had to put a small tree on a table. What a relief to have a little tree to decorate, it's so easy!

    My little guy has not been feeling well. He ate semolina flour, about 3 cups Fri. and he has had a tummy ache. Hopefully it will pass through and not require a vet visit. It's like having a toddler, whatever he can get in his mouth goes there.

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  3. The scary bit is I actually understood it....& my French is very rusty!

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  4. I was in a shop a couple of years ago and an employee from was a French-African nation. I said something to him in French, at which point he started talking to me in his language. It was my clue that I had completely lost my grasp of the language. I UNDERSTOOD NOTHING! What a disappointment. I think I'm going to pick it up again, as well as Spanish. Spanish is more useful, but French is so beautiful. : )

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  5. My French has never been all that good but I could get by for basic things. Dearest doesn't speak anything but mangled English so when he wanted a good old Aussie pie or at a pinch a sausage roll he set me into the patissiere to ask what the long pastry in the window was. I assured him it was extremely unlikely to be anything he wanted but he was very insistent ~ & very desparate! lol. I can ask what something is but was completely unprepared for the owner's delight in having a tourist completely mangle her beautiful language! I got paragraphs & paragraphs of French back of which I understood exactly one word....Chocolate!!!! Still cracks me up.

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  6. That's a lovely little tree.
    And Happy Holidays to you as well. :)
    Christy

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  7. Chocolate, the universal language!

    Thanks Christie. I wish the same to you and your family.

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I really appreciate the concept and sentiment behind awards, but I cannot participate in them anymore. I have too may and I have not got the time to devote to participating properly. To all who have honored me, I am grateful but I don't have seven more things to tell anyone about myself! And I'm a terrible passer-oner.