It’s been a while since me and my friends went out for a usual restaurant round. This week should be a good chance to meet again but some of them are working. I don’t know if my Vietnamese friend has come home from her trip to Vietnam. She usually informs us by sms when she’s back home. I am not in the mood either to go out alone with this still cold weather. Yesterday was snowing heavily but I enjoyed watching the children playing in the snow.
Today is just another day to enjoy blogging. But I could not think of something to write about so I decided to do this tag from Ratu Syura, who’s so kind enough to pass this to me. Thank you, Ratu for this. You’ve just saved my day from thinking about something to write. 😀
The rule is to download the picture here and edit/replace it with your own message. Now, I’m passing this to Eds, Michelle, Funkie Mommy and Irel.
It’s a cold day here too.Hope the sun will come back soon.This is a very nice message 🙂
Wow a new template..it’s nice. I agree with the message. Friend make our life more cheerful
ok lng naman ako!
d ako makapagsend kay shanker ng baby pictures ko kasi wala yung scanner, nasira. Nahihiya ako sa kanya!
ikaw musta na?
My, girls out at a restaurant, eating good fun, gossips and giggling a lot sounds like fun to me!! see, now I should be there too and join the club. 🙂 BTW, are there many foreigners at where you are? any Malaysians or Indonesians? which part of sweden are you at? i know it’s a beautiful country, and I hope I get to visit Sweden one day- hey you better stay there till I come ok? LOL
your message in a bottle is so true…sometimes, there are lots of friends when we are happy, but at times when we need them, only a few will show up. but, that’s good because only that way we know who the true friends are.
Eating at a restaurant, talking is the best thing we could do and you are more welcome to complete my international gang, hehee. Yes, there are lots of foreigners here, name it and you’ll see it. My group is composed of an Indonesian, Thai, Vietnamese, African and 3 filipinas. Oh, yesss, yess, I’ll wait for you here so you can meet my friends, too. Farah, now, i’m getting excited, hahaa…
Very nice message Marlene! 🙂
Thank you, Rozella. Just borrowed it, though. 🙂
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Shanker Bakshi says
woooooooooooooooooooooow what a beautiful theme it is. Marlene i solute you for this wonderful wonderful change done.
Aww, thank you, thank you….bow (my head) hahaa!
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neat blog pala.
you are excited? it would be a dream come to to come to Sweden!!!!!! i hope i will one day, if i step in Europe, then, it’s easier to travel about. Planning for UK maybe next year- now it’s 4 in the family, so, the cost is huge!! 🙁
anyway, you have a great international group there! how long have you been living there My? do they speak English or French where you are?
I haven’t been in UK, but I’ve wanted to see the country. It’s just hard right now to get away from my work and it’s too way expensive there I guess.
Farah dear, I’ve been here for almost 9 years now. I’ve learned to speak swedish and me and my friends speak swedish, too, although they could speak english as well. But we’re comfortable speaking in swedish.
Shanker Bakshi says
Listen to the lession carefully guys
LOL! Shanker, thanks for listening carefully…
salamat dito sis! 🙂
Oh, somehow the ‘Sweedish’ language sounds to be ROMANTIC to me! I don’t know how the language is, but I would sure love to hear you speak. I really love languages, and I’ve learnt japanese and French before. However, I think the best way to master a language is to speak the language everyday, otherwise you tend to loose it.
Well, 9 years is long time. Surely you love Sweden more now. I know, I would! 🙂