Two sisters, Nancy and Mary, exchange family news and photos and dream about knitting, quilting, books, birds and life in general.
Oi, bom dia, tudo bem?Passei aqu para uma visita em seu blog.Bem legal ele.Abraços e tudo de bom
Wow, we got a post in Brazilian Portuguese! The only reason I know that is because we had some Brazilian students in town. They hung out at the library and taught us to say, "Tudo Bem?" That's "How are you?" and I believe it's pronounced "too-doo baym" with the accent on the last syllable.I really don't know what he's saying besides good day, how are you, and I passed by visiting your blog....
I thought it was cool too. I looked it up on babblefish and got most of it translated. Portuguese was my first choice as it was really close to but not quite spanish. Maybe you can ask your portuguese friends?Maybe he likes the railings?Love, Nancy
I have to say that although the railings looked great, the workers came more than a month after they said they would, and at least twice, didn't bother to return calls. So, mixed review.
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