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Saturday, June 5, 2010

 
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Brian Miller said...

a familiar scene in our neighborhood...where there is smoke, there is...hope you have a great saturday L...

Lorraine said...

Thank you Brian, and the same to you sweetie :)

Marcel Peltier said...

Hello, Lorraine. You have introduced the "mop" in USA, it's a good thing.

Traduction pour respecter la structure du "mop" en français :

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Feu de l're
- brouillard

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Votre version originale est nettement meilleure pour plusieurs raisons. Vous avez l'allitération "f" (3 fois)et l'assonance "i" ; de plus, vous dites autre chose que dans ma version.

Un plaisir de présenter votre "mop" sur mon blog.

Marcel Peltier said...

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Feu de l'Afar
- brouillard

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(ma frappe fut trop rapide)

Choices said...

Is that the smoke from the fires up in Canada? When we were away this past week we smelled those fires. People were saying that the smell came from Canada.

Marcel Peltier said...

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Feu venu de loin
- brouillard

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Lorraine said...

Ha Marcel je suis tres touchee, merci enormement pour le 'feedback' en passant ici c'est le 'Canada'

Hey Anne actually yes, from Quebec, we could smell from here in Gatineau (ok still in Quebec, but far away from the forest fire)

REbonjour Marcel, traduction excellente :) et merci encore

TALON said...

It's amazing how far the smoke travels. They are forecasting a hot and dry summer so that probably means even more smoke :(

Lorraine said...

Then let it rain, let it rain, let it rain, thanks a lot Talon, ps
send me your resume lol on my new blog:
http://freeadviceonjobstuff.blogspot.com/

Gillena Cox said...

nice

much love
gillena

Standley said...

Les mystères de le brume!
J'aime beaucoup cette image/

Lorraine said...

Thanks a lot Gillena ;)

Merci beaucoup Richard :)