Scarves

In Moldova the women must wear scarves and dresses upon entrance to the church. When we all took a field trip to visit on eof our 2 churches (this one is Orthodox) we all worse scarves. Here are some snapshots of my friends.

(Thanks for this one, Sarah!)

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  1. Carolyn Elizabeth Blake July 7, 2010 at 9:35 am Permalink

    Hi there,
    I am from Duluth, MN but born and raised in Texas. I have been living in Romania now for a year. We have been to Moldova 4 times and I love the country. I know you are having a great time. Do you find Romanian hard to learn? I am really struggling with it!

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  2. Carolyn Elizabeth Blake July 7, 2010 at 9:35 am Permalink

    Hi there,
    I am from Duluth, MN but born and raised in Texas. I have been living in Romania now for a year. We have been to Moldova 4 times and I love the country. I know you are having a great time. Do you find Romanian hard to learn? I am really struggling with it!

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  3. latercater July 7, 2010 at 3:00 pm Permalink

    Radu-

    HAHA. ducks, geese, same difference!! I clearly didn't grow up on a farm or anywhere near farm animals for that matter! We only had Canadian Geese in KS, and they look quite different from these geese.

    Carolyn-
    My mom went to college in Duluth! What are you doing in Romania? I have only been here a few weeks but we have really really REALLY intense language courses, plus we're with host families, so I find it coming along pretty well. Plus, I speak French and quite a bit of Spanish so I feel that it's easier (at least the vocabulary) than for someone who has never spoken another romantic language… let me know if you need help! I can try to help! Also, look up LIVEMOCHA! That will REALLY help you if you aren't getting private assistance/classes 🙂

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  4. latercater July 7, 2010 at 3:00 pm Permalink

    Radu-

    HAHA. ducks, geese, same difference!! I clearly didn't grow up on a farm or anywhere near farm animals for that matter! We only had Canadian Geese in KS, and they look quite different from these geese.

    Carolyn-
    My mom went to college in Duluth! What are you doing in Romania? I have only been here a few weeks but we have really really REALLY intense language courses, plus we're with host families, so I find it coming along pretty well. Plus, I speak French and quite a bit of Spanish so I feel that it's easier (at least the vocabulary) than for someone who has never spoken another romantic language… let me know if you need help! I can try to help! Also, look up LIVEMOCHA! That will REALLY help you if you aren't getting private assistance/classes 🙂

    Reply

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