O que dizer? what to say?

Foi uma longa pausa. Passou o verão, começaram as escolas para as netas, passou o outono e cá estamos no inverno.
Mas a marmelada foi feita a tempo e horas e a geleia também.
It was a long pause. The summer has passed, schools have begun for the granddaughters, the autumn has passed and here we are in winter.
But the marmalade was made in time and the jam too.

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Ontem passei o dia a editar fotos. Estou muito destreinada de lidar com o computador. Não vou prometer escrever muito mas vou mostrando o que já fiz e o que for fazendo. De acordo? Projetos há muitos, mas as mãos não são tão rápidas como a cabeça.
Já fomos ver a exposição do Amadeo de Souza Cardoso, pintor que me fascina.
Hoje fomos à Casa de Serralves para  ver os Mirós . Vim de lá a apetecer-me tentar a pintura! (ignorância minha, com certeza)… Mas nunca me canso de ver aquela bela Casa e os seus jardins.Belo passeio.
Já tenho fotos editadas de trabalhos pequenos que fiz para o Natal.
Voltarei em breve, portanto.A quem ainda por aqui passa desejo uma boa semana.
Yesterday I spent the day editing photos. I’m very untrained in dealing with the computer. I will not promise to write much, but I’ll show you what I’ve done and what I’ve been doing. Right? Projects are many, but the hands are not as fast as the head.
We have already seen the exhibition of Amadeo de Souza Cardoso, painter who fascinates me.
Today we went to the Casa de (house of) Serralves to see the Mirós. I came from there to feel like painting! (my ignorance, of course) …But  I never get tired of seeing that beautiful House and its gardens. Wonderful walking.
I’ve already edited photos of small works that I did for Christmas.
I will be back soon, therefore. To whom still comes by here I wish a good week.

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4 thoughts on “O que dizer? what to say?

  1. Hello Meri,
    How good to hear from you!!!!! I would have like to see the Miro exhibit. lucky you.
    Whishing you and your family the very best of Holydays.
    If you have time, send me a PM.
    Keep stitching, and keep making marmalade and jam. Is it quince?
    Monique

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    • Hi Monique,
      i’m so glad to hear from you too!
      I’m not sure what PM is – for us is prime minister- do’n’t believe you need one.
      Yes marmalade and jam are from quince.
      My best wishes for you too
      Meri

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