Tuesday, October 17, 2006

FDR

Maybe George Bush should take a walk through the FDR Memorial in Washington and read some of the quotes, like this one, actually written in stone. We all might be better off...

The trip continues, although we're relying on trips to an internet café to check e-mail (which isn't working all that well due to our provider's site having problems right now) and to put up some photos.

We had eye exams this morning. I need new glasses and I'm getting them next week.

Here's a gratuitous pumpkin shot in honor of the October holiday coming up. It was taken in Washington's Eastern Market, nearby where Ken and I lived in DC way back when...

3 comments:

  1. Sympa, l'étalage avec les citrouilles/pumpkins :-)!

    Je me demandais quel était le nom en clair du FDR Memorial, bon, c'est le Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, bien évidemment... Mais, comment traduirais-tu wedge dans le texte de la citation, s'il te plaît ? Merci d'avance ! Et à plus ! Marie

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  2. Salut Marie ! Un wedge est quelque chose qui divise ou qui fend en deux.

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  3. OK, Walt ! Merci pour l'explication ! J'espère que le rhume fiche le camp ! Dis, pourquoi tu dis que tu n'aimes pas chipper, je n'ai pas compris... Désolée ! Bises. Marie

    PS : chipper = en pleine forme.

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