Re: [Slovak-World] Why I like my ethnic heritage
In America, however, no good deed goes unpunished.
I shouldn't have said that. But sometimes it seems
that way with our elected officials [I don't care
--- skeeter <fbican@...> wrote:
> My fellow-Slovak buddy, Mark, came over to visit me____________________________________________________________________________________
> and brought me two loaves of bread, cocktail
> pumpernickle and rye, which I have a hard time
> finding where I live. In exchange, I sent him on
> his way with some halusky, klobasa sandwich, tuna
> sandwichs (made on the pumpernickle bread he brought
> me the last time), and a computer back-up hard drive
> that I'm no longer using. He's got several hundred
> photos of his grandsons, and wanted to back them up.
> To me, that's all about the Slovak way -- we take
> care of each other. I doubt very much that I'm the
> only one who feels the same way here.
> Kindest regards and God bless,
> [Non-text portions of this message have been
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