I lost my internet access for a few days, but I'm back now! If you're interested, I finished reading The DaVinci Code and wrote a short review on Goodreads, which you can read here. If you're on Goodreads, or you like reading, you should become my friend. I want more people to talk about books with me.
Here are some conversations I've had recently.
Me: What is most important to you?
Harmony: My family. And books.
Me: I knew I liked you.
Me: Why'd she let you answer her phone?
Howard: She was too drunk to answer it. We had been drinking Pee...peer...beef... no, beer!
Me: When? This morning?
Judy and I are guessing words, Catchphrase-style.
Judy: I don't live in a house, I live in an apart...
Me: Okay, go on.
Judy: That's it. The word is "meant."
Me: Do you know what it means?
Judy: I'm supposed to know what it means?
Me: Of course.
Judy: Whatever. I still got you to say it.
I am showing Harmony pictures of American holidays.
Me: Do you know what day this is?
Harmony: (Mentally translating from Chinese) Thank You Day?
Me: Close. It's called Thanksgiving.
Harmony: English words too many long.
Me: I agree. (Showing a picture of a plate of cookies laid out for Santa Claus) Do you know what day this is?
Harmony: There is Cookie Day in America?!
Me: There should be. I think I like your holidays better.
Harmony: You welcome.
We are looking at a map of the world.
Michael: Where's Panama?
Gene: In the White House.
Abbot: That's Obama, genius!
Gene: There's two?