lunes, 16 de abril de 2007
and it was a wonderful experience because l lovedthe creativity each one of them
domingo, 15 de abril de 2007
Zaideli: Hi it's Zaideli, is Juan there?
Carlos: wait a minute….. I’m sorry he isn’t here… if you want you can leave a message to him.
Zaideli: Ok tell him that I need to talk to him
Carlos: Ok don’t worry
Zaideli: Thanks Carlos
Carlos: You’re welcome Zaide
Zaideli: Hi!! Juan, are you there?
Juan: yes how are you pretty?
Zaideli: Fine thanks… I called you because I want to go shopping for some clothes at sambil, will you go with me?
Juan: yes off course… see you there at 3 o‘clock
Zaide: ok see you there, bye.
Zaidely: Hi! Egilis How are you?
Egilis: No well
Zaidely: Why? What happen? You don’t look well
Egilis: Is my stomachache every day hurt
Zaidely: You should go to the doctor, lets go
Egilis: No, please
Zaidely: Yes, yes, yes, come on!!!
In the hospital
Zaidely: Excuse me!! My friend doesn’t fell well
Receptionist: OK, wait the doctor
Egilis: Hi doctor!! I’m Egilis
Doctor: Hello Egilis, tell me! How do you fell?
Egilis: Bad, bad, bad my stomachache hurt
Doctor: Let me see!! OK take this aspirin are so good
Doctor: I swear!!!
Egilis: Oh yeah, I feel so good. Thank Doctor
Doctor: I understand your problem is psychologist
Doctor: Because this pastille no are aspirin. Are candy
Christmas Day falls on December 25. It is preceded by Christmas Eve on December 24, and in some countries is followed by Boxing Day on December 26. The Armenian Apostolic Church celebrates Christmas on January 6, while some Eastern Orthodox Churches (old rite or old style Orthodox) celebrate Christmas on January 7, the date on the Gregorian calendar which corresponds to 25 December on the Julian Calendar. The date as a birthdate for Jesus is merely traditional, and is not widely considered to be his actual date of birth.
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