You say Euro - I say Dollars.
Still confused - what is new say you all! Yes, bewildered. Spent the past week getting Aoise and Ed ready for school - or setting out for school only to find Luckyh the Border Collie of ours was slinking alongside us when we'd get to the Fire Station (half way to school) and then we'd have to frogmarch him (on two hind legs me holding his collar) all the way back home. He has turned in to one of those escapologists - a skill that could be usefull if only we could harness it. Anyway, now in Dad's computer and staving off putting the pics of Manhatta onto the blog - have tried, but be the holie the Irish gremlins are plowerful people and could strike me down with a shelleliagh if I menader too much in the negative. (James Joyce eat yer heart out - don't actually cos you can't). Right - while ye are all very patiently waiting, and please do come back to the blog, cos I will have pics of nice cops and NY NY scenery and also of Dundalk (school) - here is a joke. Told to me by a nice mechanic man in Newport, Rhode Island.
Two blondes sitting out on the porch one night, sipping a coupla glasses of wine. A full moon. One turns to the other and says - Which do you think is nearer - the moon or Florida? The other one turns to her and says - the moon! How's that - says the other one. Her mate says - well, DOH! have you ever seen Florida.
(Put a little US twang on it for added affect).
Really have a nice day - I am trying to avoid the Irish predicament about hearing everyone's medical history when you only have met them half an hour. What is that!? Very funny - also WHY do Irish people (just some) act all crazy? Why can't they process data efficiently? Why? Why do we go around the corners?
Have examples for next time --- Up Kerry!