In French class our textbook taught us how to order wine and what you should say to a shoe salesman. My friend’s Spanish class learned about drug trafficking and immigration. In Arabic we learned about explosions and failed democracies.
Yes I am still sick. I told my folks that I wasn't going to be able to travel to see them next week. What a relief. Now I can just be sick and enjoy my blog wanderings without stressing out about traveling next week with a bad sore throat. The above quote was written during the 2006 Israeli attack on Lebanon. It made me laugh because as I speak French and Spanish and am slowing working on Arabic, I can attest that it is so true.
May you experience the holiday celebrations that are right for you whether it be Eid El-Adha, Christmas, Hanukkah, Winter Solstice, Kwanzaa, something else, or nothing at all. And most of all, let us believe in Peace, Love, and Hope.