Kalo Mina (Good Month)
- Hi All;
Totally off topic, but it's a Greek custom to wish everyone "Good Month" on the first day of every month (and for that matter, every week, day and year), a custom that only correlates in English to our "Have a good weekend," which seems more like commiseration than genuine well-wishing. And no, "McIntosh" isn't a Greek name, but I married into the tribe, as it were. So ... Kalo Mina.
By the way, Lynn, floor plans of your "sets" would indeed be welcome, just to see how our imaginations match up to yours. But if you don't already have them drawn up, please don't interrupt your writing to do them ... graphics are great, but for this Flewelling junkie, it's the words that count.
P.S. And if your email program shows this note arriving on the last day of May instead of the first day of June, it's the time difference.
P.P.S. By the way, when I lived in Maine, I learned a charming, licentious little couplet that starts "First of May, first of May ...." Anyone know one for the First of June?
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