My mum´s roses.
Hi Simon and everyone!
Well, as some of you may know, I live with my mum and two sisters older than me. Here in Brazil is quite common grow up children live with their parents. This happens because the cost of living here is very expensive. Even though we live with my mum, we´re pretty much like housemates. Each of us has responsibilities and we share the house´s budget as well. By the way Simon, do you have siblings?
Anyway, we live at a small and cosy white house which has a lovely garden in front of it ( Simon, I´m not sure if this sentence is properly built. What I´d like to say here is that the house is in the back and in front of it there´s the garden.).
My mum is the one who has green fingers in our family. She loves spending part of her time taking care of her flowers. Besides, she´s very fond of her roses :-).
Here´s some pictures of our roses:
Friends, thanks for all your comments. I do love reading all of them :-).
Lucy, ah boy! Oh how cute! Congratulations again. Well, I think you´re totally right. The most important thing is health :-). I´ll be glad to see your comments here, but don´t forget to rest, ok? ;-)
Hey Hyoshil! I´m happy to know my blogs make you feel good :-). Ooh I also like light-hearted films. Have you ever watched The Fabulous Destiny Of Amélie Poulain? If not, watch it. It´s a very uplifting film perfect to see in any occasion. Moreover, I took a look at the plot of Owls Do Cry and I found very interesting Hyoshil. By the way, give a big hug in your lovely boy to me, ok?
Hey Niddo! I think you had a great idea! We could talk about films again on Skype :-).
Leslie, cinema tickets is quite expensive in Brazil. During the festival the organisers sell some tickets with a special price and some films are showing to the audience for free ( I love it that!). Apart from that, every year Chinese films are shown in the São Paulo festival.
Oi Tomoko! So have you lived in São Paulo, haven´t you? How fantastic! I live in a city 50 km far from the São Paulo capital called Mogi das Cruzes. Have you ever heard about it? There are many Japanese descendants in my city. As a matter of fact, I work at a Japanese company. However, I haven´t learnt the language. It´s quite difficult! :-)
Hi Olesya! Oh I love Hayo Miyazaki animations. My favourite one is Howl´s Moving Castle. Have you seen it? Besides, I´ve also liked Spirited Away, it´s so lovely :-). Well, as you said Japanase anime is very diverse. But, I´ve seen and liked Akira. Would you recommend me any other animation Olesya?
Hey Vladmir! Don´t worry. I was lucky because I´ve seen Woody Allen films. Therefore, I was able to recognise him :-).
Toni, I´ve heard about Vicky Cristina Barcelona. It seems a very interesting film. Well, if the film shows Barcelona as a postcard I think it´s very worth seeing it, isn´t it? By the way, I´ve read an article and seen some pictures of Barcelona. Toni your city is really beautiful :-).
Hi Natasha! What a pity. There isn´t a film club like you´ve described here. However, I´ve found the idea very interesting and I´d love to participate of a film session followed by a round-table meeting :-).
Hey Maurício! It´s always nice to talk to you too :-). Moreover, you´re right. My sisters and I get on very well. I hope we can Skype some day :-).
Haliza, nice to meet you too :-).
Hien are you a belly dancer? Well, I´ve come to know recently that there are different kinds of belly dance. There is the gypsy kind, the tribal kind and so on. Hey how about the music? I love the music because it´s so lively and happy :-).
Silwal thanks for telling me about Kalliwood :-). I hope one day I can see these films here in Brazil.
Well friends, I have to go now. See you all tomorrow.
All the best,
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