I went to my friend, Anne's, house yesterday. She served tea and scones. For me, it was green tea with lemon, and for her it was ginger. The scones were really good. They had raisins, and she drizzled an icing on them with almonds. She likes scones better than cookies because they have less sugar.
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Anne is French-Canadian, like me, and she knows a bit of French still from her youth. She told me that when she lived in Canada, they taught in French and English, they spoke in French and English, but the prayers were said in French only. She remembers them all, and I asked her to say them for me, and she did. Nel and Jess, since you are learning French right now, you would have found it so interesting to hear these prayers in French that have been said for two thousand years.
Anne always makes me feel at home whenever I visit her. She is kind and funny, and I appreciate her friendship more than she knows.