“You really have no emotions, do you?”
…I do, just none for you.
“Blank?” “No, selective.”
Oh, I like this even more!
Erica, I need to employ your help. The French student who stays with us is returning home next week, and I am giving him a copy of my book. I wanted to write him a message in it, in French, but I am not sure how accurate Google Translate is! So, if you are knowledgeable in French, or if you could ask one of your French friends could you give me the correct translation for: To Charles, wishing you luck in life. Best wishes from Andy. I can manage the Charles and Andy parts myself 🙂
Je te souhaite que des meilleurs choses dans la vie.
It’s more wishing him only the best stuff in life, makes more sense in French. How thoughtful of you to give him a copy. I will be ordering mine as soon as i’m back in Sweden for xmas!
Thank you very much. You are my go-to girl when it comes to all things Swedish and French. 🙂 Thanks for considering ordering my book, I look forward to your take on it.
You’re most welcome!
Speaking of the book:not sure if you saw the post I Reblogged-think it was three posts ago. It was an online interview I took part in to promote the book, and if you comment on the post you are in with a chance to win a copy. There are only a few who are in the draw, so have a go you may get one without having to fork out. But you will have to get a move on-the winner is announced by the blogger tomorrow.
I had missed that post (yes, I was traveling again) so thanks for reminding me. Nice interview you did. Always fun to get to know you a bit more 🙂
No longer the Manchester man of mystery. 🙂
Save your heart for me
It’s not the emotion
It’s the notion that he thinks
That’s the problem
Never taking the time to see whats beyond his heart
Fat is the weight he’s wearing
Never mind what’s left for you
Just crayons and a coloring book for you
While he’s eating chocolate cover cherries
Save your heart for me
The Sheldon Perspective
Sheldon, your poetry is mesmerizing. It’s a real joy for my writing soul when I see you’ve commented on a post. Thank you for spreading such good, magical vibes. All the best, Erica
Your always welcome
It’s refreshing when someone gets it
Very grateful for your comments Sheldon.
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