I guess you could have written "I was born on April 12, 1946" in order to make things easier, couldn't you? LOL just kidding! honestly you only made some minimal spelling mistakes..I know for sure that the italian language is not that easy at all..I'm just addicted to american english but still have (& want) to improve it a lot! probably I must have made a bunch of mistakes as well haha btw how's your diabetes? plus, how long have you had it?
thank you for speaking well of italy! I appreciate that..however I do love your contry that much as well LOL then I'm sure you know some italian words..specifically I can think of those terms connected with italian FOOD like spaghetti, pasta, pizza and so on! haha nowadays I guess they are like international, aren't they??
Hi Bill. Thanks for the message. Yeah, I did run in the bull run. It was very scary, but a great experience. i am very active now. i wasn't before i was diagnosed. Did an ironman triathlon in australia last month as well!!
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