Friday, February 26, 2010

The conversation continues

I've pretty much talked non-stop since our friends arrived on Tuesday. I do let them say something now and then. It has been wonderful to be with people who know us and love us anyway :-) 

And who speak English.

Yes, I'm doing better with the Spanish. But I am nowhere near being fluent and able to say anything I want without a great deal of concentration and angst over conjugations, feminine or masculine endings, sentence structure and just plain old vocabulary.

So to be able to just blabber on and on and on in my first language is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G.

I worked really hard getting ready for their visit and since they arrived I've done almost no housework. A couple loads of laundry, a little sweeping...not much else.

Except talk.

And talk and talk and talk.

So much verbal doesn't leave a lot of time for the written. I'll be back to read blogs and write posts soon.

When the words run out or they fly home.
Whichever comes first.
Who wants to bet I'll still be jabbering on the way to the airport?


Mari said...

I'm not betting on that! I'm so happy you are having such a wonderful time. Just keep talking... :)

Cristina Elizabeth said...

I love you and I'm so happy that you get to spend time with the Metts! I love them too :)

skoots1mom said...

fun, fun, happy for you

rita said...

Do you realize that to this day Mother says some things in Spanish?
The day will come when you don't know what language you're speaking, you just keep talking.............
Luv ya!

sara said...

so glad you are having fun with your friends! I haven't posted or visited around in a week...too busy too.

Kay said...

I don't blame you. I would explode if I couldn't use my native English in everyday language! So jabber away, girlfriend! : )

Lhoyt said...

Even our granddaughter has picked up some words in Spanish. The other day she said someone had taken a drink of Coke from the "pico". We had to laugh, despite the import of the expression.