1.17.2006

No need for a title

Beth's
1. This year at age 27, I learned that Germany is not Germany to Germans it's called Deutchland (I promise it's true)
2. I'm part German. (Does that make me a Deutchlander or Deutchonian?)

John's
1. Teilhet is actually a very small town in the south of France, near the Pyrenees.
2. It feels good to have a town named in my honor.

7 comments:

sekondstory said...

I wouldn't be surprised to find you guys living over there some where. Beth's German heritage and John's honorable name will come in handy I'm sure :)

Tonya said...

that would make Beth Deutsch (auf Deutschland) and John a ... well, um, French.
I've lived in both, and i have a Fench book on Germany...quite entertaining, especially since i don't read French...but the pictures are pretty :)

f1rststory said...

if you ever go, let me know - ich spreche ein bisschen...

AmberShea said...

why don't you move to Teilhet, France they might give you a key to the city or something. you never know. The German occupying French territory... just like the good old days. i am sooo just kidding :/

sekondstory said...

Did I miss the stories?I got E but what about C&D ??

Tonya said...

did i mention that i like your clustrmap? well, i do

Johnny T said...

No, you haven't missed the stories, we've only posted the one. I'm not sure if we can post the family one due to embarrassing the family and such.
Isn't that map the coolest?