Tuesday, April 29

Nusquam est mirus ut vos adepto adsuesco assuesco is

Who knows what this means?

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At 29 April, 2008 22:08, Anonymous dad said...

it is latin...but not sure. something about adapting...maybe a life motto!

 
At 01 May, 2008 09:36, Blogger BRAINCHEESE said...

I can't even speak proper ENGLISH!! How the heck to do you expect me to translate LATIN?!?

I'd say it means, "there's no place like home", but that's not it either...has something to do with being "familiar" and "wonderful"...sigh...you BRITS!

Linda D. in Seattle

 
At 11 May, 2008 16:58, Blogger wolfen18 said...

Hi Sara

Using a Latin translator (which aren't very good BTW), I think it means something like this:

"No place is extraordinary when you are used to it"

Cheers,

Kim

 
At 11 May, 2008 17:58, Blogger Sara said...

kim you're right!!!!!!!!! :)

 

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