Ofcourse I recognized you;-D.... I have pictures of the secondary school. They must be somewhere on either this Ning or the Wisdom-Ning. How is life in Portugal?
Matji is very busy, we phone eachother once in a while or send e-mails. She is following a course on youth literature also so she is very very busy. And in Holland we also celebrate Sinterklaas, the bishop from Spain. It is a typical Dutch party, children are excited because they get presents. Also at te schools this is a very busy period for both pupils and teachers because there are a lot of projects going on. How is that in Portugal?
It is so nice to have contact with the people from the Lithuania-happening.
Hope to hear from you!
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