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Adventures in NY

Jul 06 2011

Hello every one, it's been a while, I am in NY having all kinds of adventures!!!!

First, the reason which I came was to escort my greek ma-in law to her relatives, our relatives i suppose, and to be honest I love them to bits, they are all wonderful ppl, shame about ma-in -law, lol.

When we arrived at JFK, we passed through customs, I spoke for m-i-l, as she knows no english, and then the customs officer, a woman, turned to me and asked what was the reason for my visit business or pleasure. Now, believe me when I tell you that one needed thinking about, so I looked at her and said I am with my greek mother in  law, how much pleasure is in that!!!!!!!!!! It's the first time I saw a customs officer try not to laugh. God, I hope my hubby never reads this, lol.

So, as you can see we got of to a good start, can there be a better way to enter a country than starting with a laugh.

will post more of my adventures later, enjoy!!!!!!!!!! 



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written by Cata, July 06, 2011
smilies/cheesy.gif You gave me a smile and i needed one smilies/kiss.gif Enjoy the relatives (if not the MIL)

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