April 18, 2006

Ethpaņa

Iīm in Spain. Itīs a pretty nice country. Iīll have to wait until I get home to upload pictures because I didnīt bring my COMPUTER. I would try to send pictures from my phone, but I canīt use my CELL. Iīve only just come to this internet cafe to escape from my FAMILY.

Really, Iīm totally enjoying this trip, but 10 days with 2 parents and 2 brothers and NO OTHER PEOPLE MY AGE are wearing on me. Also, Baxter, you know I donīt speak Spanish. On Friday we head to Barcelona where I am promised lots of fun and night life and time to myself without the ever-present FAMILY. However, before Friday I have to brave at least 4 hours a day in the car on mountain roads with the whole gang, capped off by a 10 hour train ride. Iīll post again if I get another chance to escape from middle-aged resort land.

Posted by liz at April 18, 2006 05:23 AM
Comments

I really like my family a lot, but can't imagine being alone with them for 10 days. Such joy and pain you must be experiencing at the same time. I'm still jealous...

Posted by: melanie at April 18, 2006 08:29 AM

VERY well-quoted.

Posted by: Brick Tamland at April 18, 2006 07:20 PM

Hi guys. If there is one thing worse than being an ugly duckling in a house of swans, it's having the swans pretend there's no difference.
I am from Sao and know bad English, give please true I wrote the following sentence: "Business gant chart, murakami published the enforcer son."

:-) Thanks in advance. Ula.

Posted by: Ula at September 8, 2009 05:21 AM

Badly need your help. I feel very strongly that change is good because it stirs up the system. Help me! It has to find sites on the: Breast cancer apparel. I found only this - metastatic breast cancer prognosis. I have to continue naturally-occurring tissues that this is finally an evidence introduction, breast cancer. Breast cancer, women being a several cancer for problem breast is normally used. Thank you very much :confused:. Melba from Mexico.

Posted by: Melba at February 22, 2010 02:47 AM
Post a comment













Remember personal info?