Christine Murphy wrote:

> Moran taing Aonghais agus hai a h-uile duine!
> Tha mi a-nis anns an oilthigh Guelph agus se "frosh week" ann an drasda.
> Tha mo falt gorm a-nis.
> I'm now at Uof G and it's frosh week just now.  My hair is blue now... The
> engineers use bromothymol blue to initiate their frosh! ;D

Ma 's e "frosh week" a th' ann, bithidh iomadh rud nenach ri fhaicinn!If is
it "..." that is in-it, will-be many (a) thing strange to seeing!
If it's frosh week, there'll be a lot of strange things to be seen!

"Ho ro mo nighean gorm bhidheach"......... hmmm......  chan eil an aon "ring"
air.......
"..." isn't the same ring on-it   ( doesn't have the same ring to it.......)

D cho fda a bhios d' fhalt gorm? Gus am fs an dath amoch?
What so long that will-be your hair blue? Until will grow the color out?
How long will your hair be blue? Until the color grows out?

> Tha spors gu leor agam agus 's docha gum bi a h-uile rud math leibh,
> I'm having loads of fun and I hope everything's well with all of you,
> Cairistona )o(<--Tha a' ghrian sunndach  (the sun's cheerful)

Math dha-rireabh! (Excellent!)

Le meas,
Aonghas



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