Wednesday: Hili dialogue

April 15, 2015 • 4:38 am

We’ve reached midweek without a disaster (I hope), and spring is finally here. It’s been spring for a while in Dobrzyn, though, and today Hili has a rather cryptic dialogue. Because it mentioned Chicago, I asked Malgorzata to explain:

This is meant to be cryptic. She is asking about Chicago because one of her favourite people is from Chicago. He shows up rather seldom so she is asking where Chicago is – and it can be on the other side of the world, at the other coast of the ocean or on the other side of imagination.

Could that person be me?

Hili: Where is Chicago?
A: On the other side.
Hili: I thought so.


In Polish:
Hili: Gdzie jest Chicago?
Ja: Po drugiej stronie.
Hili: Tak myślałam.


15 thoughts on “Wednesday: Hili dialogue

  1. Those are pins you stick into flat pieces of net framed in a wooden frame. You put your freshly laundered woolen jumper on one, stick those pins upright, place another net over, put another wet jumper etc. This way you can have a few jumpers drying simultaneously without taking too much of your room space.
    Your suggestions were much more imaginative than this very mundane reality.

        1. In our garden just quince and walnuts are left for October. All the rest is harvested long time before.

          1. Oh, you do want to eat ours even if they are sour cherries! They are scrumptious.It is a special, very dark variety which is absolutely edible both raw, in pies and as preserves.

          2. I am so gonna have to find my way to Eastern Europe one of these days…I’m an absolute sucker for gorging on the harvest as you pick it….


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