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Discussion in 'Christine' started by Boni, Apr 1, 2014.
Ahh, I see. Did you get to see that video though?
I was unable to log in on April 1st so missed all the excitement - well I was on for like one minute to say hi and then had to log off as I was at work.
Maybe someone will take pity on us and tell us what that video was all about...
Hey - don't forget to set up your computer in Morocco! (don't lose touch and good luck with the big move!)
Will do. And thanks for your wishes, I am a little stressed about the move I have to say. Mr Mercedes will come out when I'll be out there for a start!
Yes, keep in touch and tell us all about Morocco, such an exotic and mysterious place. How did you happen to be moving there, if I can ask?
I too would like to hear about Morocco. Your move sounds very adventurous, BeverleyMarsh.
As for the April Fool prank, I thought it was witty but I was disappointed in a way as I loved Christine and would enjoy a sequel. Oh well...
My parents live over there half the year and I have been visiting them regularly. And little by little the place has grown on me, life feel simple over there. People aren't obsessed yet with anything with a screen on, social medias and such. It's a breathe of fresh air. I was very seduced by the landscapes too, and as I love painting I'm hoping to progress and do them justice on the canvas. I have to say, I'm at a bit of a crossroad in my life at the moment and this seemed to be the perfect place to go and take time to think it all over. Just a shame that SK books aren't readily available there.
And I'm not discovering the latest SK on a Kindle, no way. There's a limit. I'll just be patient
Sounds lovely... truly.
This says more about me than it does about the people who edited the paperback I read, but whenever I think of this story I always flash on the chapter that misidentifies Jonathan Richman as Jonathan Richmond.
When I was in journalism school (yes . . . people used to go to school for that), you would automatically fail your assignment if you spelled anyone's name wrong.