Mox is a young but well educated translator. Two PhDs, six languages...
and he hardly earns the minimum wage.
Dear readers,I never had a pet.Long ago, Mox became alive. He no longer needs to find inspiration from me. I think that he just needed someone to speak to during the day when Lena is not there.Alejandro
I have a dog, so I can completely relate to Mox. She's the best thing that ever happened to me, because she gets me out of the house.
BTW, I featured your blog on my blog and Twitter today. There have been several retweets about it as well. If you were wondering about the upswing in traffic that might be why. Keep up the great work!
bonjill, what a good review, thank you very much! I'm very flattered and my traffic did increased (may visitors from Ohio ;) ). Your blog has been since the beginning in my "blogs I follow" section and, in my opinion, is a must-visit.
I just wanted to say that you rock.
You should have a pet! Kind of a way to calm you down...or cheer you up. It all depends on your needs when translating!
Do you have a pet, Ju? In a few months I'll move from the capital to the countryside. It could be a good moment to buy a pet.Thanks Céline! BTW, very nice blog!
Don't have a pet, but do have a vegetable garden: sooo relaxing!Nice strips BTW!
Both have a pet, a gorgeous girl puppy, and a vegetable garden :)) I totally agree with bonnjill and Chiara. I'm so glad that she interrupts and gets me out of the house. And I love picking up strawberries, everyday there are new ones. :)AND I can be addicted to your great work, Alejandro!!
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