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Me Casa es tu Casa

I’ve time warped into a new dimension. Newness is all around me. So many things to see, try and learn, Today, I ate the most delicious, juicy peach, while I explored the city of Barcelona. I am surrounded by markets, patios, and old buildings with so much unique character. I adore the European juliet balconies. Palm trees, street performers, and water fountains are everywhere. Gaudi and other famous architect, stunning! It is a busy city, and I want to see so much of it while I am here. People are very helpful, even when we don’t speak the same language.

Tomorrow I have a half-day city tour and then a lunch, but, you know, it really doesn’t matter where I am. You can only be in one place when you are with God.

4 thoughts on “Me Casa es tu Casa”

    1. I cant believe I am running around with a map not even knowing the language. I just learned that the street signs are actually on buildings. Who does that? And the street names are sentences, for goodness sake! But of course they are, its Spanish. Every name has at least three names when your Spanish. I’m getting along just fine despite some getting to know you hick-ups lol

  1. I do consider all of the ideas you’ve offered to your post. They’re really convincing and can definitely work. Still, the posts are too short for novices. May just you please extend them a bit from next time? Thanks for the post.

    1. Thank you very much for this feedback! I do realize this is a problem I have because I am just a beginner writer, but I do have some bigger ideas that really deserve a better explanation. It helps to know that people are reading and liking some of my ideas or they can make them think a bit about them. Thank you again!

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