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Saturday, September 29, 2007

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Lily

Hi Bev
I love Portuguese kisses too!

I'm glad I stumbled across your site. Your Phd research looks very interesting. It's been a long time since I did my degree in English but these days I am fascinated by language, especially as I'm learning Portuguese. As a writer and creative person I am exploring/noticing how one language can convey what another cannot - and also looking into those things that go beyond language and unite us. I shall come back and read some more

Beijos! x

Bev Trayner

Lily ... loved your Love with Lisbon blog. I'm listening to Pedro Jóia's "A Espera da Armandinho" at the moment and thinking you would like it.

bjs

new Jordans

I wish that I could make close friend with you and add your weblog in my RRS, still I cannot get the RRS handle right here, in the event you can guide me, thanks a good deal!

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