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Una Bufanda de Colores- A colourful Scarf

You may notice, for this one (day 15) I have gone back to Spanish. As interesting as it’s been, learning a new word for “scarf” each and every day, I decided that I wanted to extend my title phrases. Unfortunately, you can’t always rely on these translation websites and I didn’t want to start writing incorrect translated sentences. I’m fluent in Spanish and I would love to brush up on my French. I’d also like to give Italian and Portuguese a go; maybe that can another challenge for me. Anyway, slightly going off topic… basically, I’ve written today’s in Spanish because I knew I would get that one right!


Please excuse the the terrible photos, but do enjoy the wonderful colours of this great scarf; it is ideal for the winter. Again, another delightful gift, from a student of mine over in Spain. It was a Christmas gift and it came from a department store called El Corte Ingles, ever so big and famous in Spain.


Due to it’s range of colours, it’s another one that goes best with something quite simple. I didn’t think you needed to see my boring old green coat again, I do love its hood though!

Anyway, only a few more scarves left in my collection and I think I have learnt a little something along the way- I’ll have some good words to share in my final post on this challenge.

Hope you’ve all had a great day, I going to catch up on my reading now. Thanks for reading! 😀




Hello. Hola. Welcome to my blogging world. Join me on my writing journey as I jot down all sorts; from things that make me happy and giggle, to travels and adventures already experienced. There may be moments when things get a little more serious, but mainly I'm here to share my thoughts and stories and learn lots from fellow bloggers. :-)

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