Friday, September 14, 2007


Cyber schmyber, a friend is a friend.

I haven't been able to focus long enough to write lately. Even when I want to write down what I'm feeling it just doesn't translate to written word well. It's like a fog or a blur. There is however one thing that's clear...You guys are great!

When I read your comments, I feel better. I really do. The sincere concern that you show cheers me up. No, I'm not a hermit without real life friends. It's just that you don't know me and have nothing to lose or gain...and still, you comment. I just want you all to know that it means a lot to me.

Enough with the mush. Here's what you are in different languages.

Which one do you like?

Albanian -- mik
Afrikaans - vriend
Chinese - péngyou
Dutch - vriend, vriendje
Danish - ven
Estonian - sõber
French - ami
German - freund
Georgian - megobari
Hungarian - barát
Indian - dost
italian - amico
Irish - cara
Japanese -- tomodachi
korean -- jingu
Latin -- amicus
Manx -- carrey
Old English -- freond, wine
Persian -- dust
Russian -- prijátel
Sanskrit -- mitra
-- amigo
Swahili -- rafiki
Turkish -- dost,arkadas


Tracey said...

Thinking of you and glad that my few words might help...

Angel Mom said...

((Ruby)) We certainly can understand your lack of posts lately. I'm so glad you have been able to find some comfort in the comments. I feel the same way. It's nice having a place to go to talk about S and R that I know others will understand.

niobe said...

I love the list of different languages. It's remarkable how very different so many of the words are. I have to say I like the Korean word "jingu" even though I've never seen it or heard of it before.

And when I heard the song "Arms of an Angel," I had to swallow hard and blink back tears -- but it hurt in a good way, if you know what I mean. You've given a lot to me -- to all of us -- too.