Monday, May 10, 2010

Mother's Day

The card came a day early, propped up on the computer keyboard. He knew I would see it first thing Saturday morning.
The cake came almost late, Sunday evening. The only one left at the bakery was decorated with Spanish words. He said since I had had eight years of Spanish, I should be able to read it. (Actually it was only six years - the other two were Latin and French)

"Happy Mother's Day" is the translation, in case you couldn't guess.
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  1. How do you say Happy Mother's Day in Latin?

  2. Felix dies Mater! (I had to use Google. My only memory of Latin is: Gaul en tres partes divida est....Gaul is divided in three parts.