Sunday, October 26, 2008

Lax i laxask

It's good to have friends.


Crowbard said...

It is good to have friends, especially generous friends who share their gravad lax. Or kosher friends who share their lox and bagels. Or Islamic friends who scare their authors like Salmon Roshti?

Lori Skoog said...

Hello Nea...nice to see a new post. Yes, it is good to have friends...that is why we want to stay where we are in retirement. They give us such pleasure.

How is school going this year?


Esther said...

Hi there! Found your post from Lori's blog and fell for the Swedish title! Ah, salmon is good! I miss that here in West Africa, but then I have something to look forward to when I go back to Sweden!


PI said...

That bottom one's a corker.
I love Crowbard's Salmon Roshti! And thankful that - at last - I've finished 'Midnight's Children':)

Nea said...

GUC, you are a giggle.

Lori, it could be better. I just wish I had more time for reading and staying in touch, but at the moment it's hard work.

Hej Esther, välkommen hit!
I have had a quick look at the Eden Foundation, it's fascinating and I'm looking forward to coming back and finding out more.

Well done Pat. Can you give me a quick summary, because I don't think I'll ever have time to read it. Or maybe I'm just too lax?

Anonymous said...

Hi Nea. Read it when it first came out. Only one of his I ever read. Curates egg at best. Love, Pa.

Mike & Ann said...

Sorry, must have hit wrong button,didn't mean to be anon. Love, Pa.