pat.. this is cute.. :Dwhat mean byperdido an el mar?what is the language?
Thanks, Yisin. It means lost at sea...I don't know if it's one-hundred percent correct, though. I've been trying to learn spanish off and on for tforty years but have never been consistent about it. That's one reason this blog title is in spanish. Also, I was going to try to make an entry everyday in spanish...I haven't been consistent with that, either. Last night, however, I did post a random entry in spanish. I always hope someone who speaks spanish will look at it and correct my spanish but so far, no.By the way, what is your native language? I thought might be cool to learn some of that but it looks like it may be really hard.Thanks for taking a look at Tom Tilly...I appreciate your input and you're right I will ask my youngest grandchild...she is four and I think I will get a very straight forward answer from her. Keep in touch,Pat
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