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Friday, March 28, 2008

friday's feast

march 28 2008


What does the color dark green make you think of?

The woods/forests... and the end of summer.

I grew up near the forest and often played there.
In spring the fragile leaves were light green and they turned to firm dark green leaves at the end of summer. It always made me a bit sad to see the season pass into fall, because I couldn't play there anymore.


How many cousins do you have?

I don't know.
My family is at one side very, very large.
When my grandmother died we lost contact, because we had no place anymore to host all of them.
I have at least 15 cousins.


On a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being highest, how honest are you?

Sometimes I tell a white lie not to hurt someone.

Main Course

Name something that is truly free.

My thoughts.

Even love costs.


Using the letters in the word SPRING, write a sentence.

She Proudly Ranks Innumerable New-York Gardens.
Some Parents Raise Innocent Nice Girls.

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