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Happy Halloween from Romania! October 30, 2010

Filed under: Halloween — LL @ 11:17 pm

Happy Halloween everybody!

Liliana&the kids

 

8 Responses to “Happy Halloween from Romania!”

  1. Gina Says:

    Hi Liliana!
    What a pleasure to meet you here working, as usual, at late night just like me!!!
    Everything well?
    Anyway, a very impressive Halloween party! Wonderful costumes and pittoresque pumpkins!
    All the best!
    Gina

    • Liliana Says:

      Thank you, Gina!
      Your Halloween activity is impressive as well. Your kids are so young and sweet!
      A presto,
      Liliana

  2. Marie-France Says:

    Tonight is Hallowe’en night. Hope you won’t plzy too many tricks on people guys!

    Hallowe’en seems to be going strong in Romania. You have lovely inspiring pumpkins in Romania🙂

    http://www.europeaninlandwonders.com/2010/10/09/pumpkin-day/

    • Liliana Says:

      Hello, Marie!
      We only celebrate Halloween at school, we don’t go treat-or-treating, but it’s fun anyway.
      My pupils love carving pumpkins and, living in the countryside, they take them right from their gardens, they don’t need to go to the (super)market.
      All the best,
      Liliana

  3. Marie-France Says:

    Yes, i remember where you live in the countryside. I remember pics you took last winter: houses and roads covered with snow.
    The link I sent you is a project being carried on my by colleague on European Inland wonders. You have shown us the way! Mulţumesc🙂

    • Liliana Says:

      Cu placere, Marie, your project is very interesting and it shows how much energy and enthusiasm you put in it. Congrats!

      • Marie-France Says:

        The new project is not mine, Liliana. My colleague is in charge. I am just a follower🙂 and love it🙂

  4. Marie-France Says:

    Sorry about my spelling mistakes once again. My fingers are not quick enough:-)


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