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Hi all! Crazy week for me this week. My husband had relatives in from England, so we were at the family farm most of the time. It was a whirlwind of a week: surprise parties, 3-hour Nature Walks (All those wasted Run Club points!), and many games of cards. There was a very sad goodbye yesterday, but I'm back to a normal schedule, and I can't wait to catch up with you all!
So...topic...Do you ever have friends or family come to visit from somewhere else and you start talking like them, accents and all? It happens every time the England Crew comes over, or when I'm around my family from NYC. This time I added "rubbish," "lovely," and "mate" to my vocabulary. I also learned that "[Insert name here] blew off" means that someone farted and not what my filthy, American brain thinks of. Imagine a 10-year-old saying that in a room full of people who have no idea what she's talking about. Priceless!
Do you ever pick up accents or phrases when people visit you or you go visiting?
And if you don't want to talk about this rubbish topic, feel free to talk about anything!
And Happy Good Friday everyone! I hope you all have great Easter weekends!