Friday, April 27, 2007


I just received an invitation which is written entirely Spanish. Here are the words I recognize:
Cinco de Mayo
fiesta
Derby de Kentucky!
mint juleps y margaritas
television nueva
Svetlana's address (suspcious isnt' it?)
May 5, 3 pm (post time 6 pm)

What do you suppose it all means?

7 comments:

slow to speak said...

Svetlana means light...I would wear the "gambler" believe she will shed some light, and just go. But do designate a driver.

unquenchableworshipper said...

of course it means...

Cinq mai festivité!

Derby de Kentucky !

mint juleps et marguerites

télévision nouvelle..

de votre mari affectueux
Monsiere Buck

John said...

Plug it into Babelfish. That might help.

truevyne said...

You all are so very helpful!

Kat said...

My high school Spanish is rusty, but I'm pretty sure it says, "Go to a Kentucky Derby Party on Cinco de Mayo, and take your college roommate with you."

truevyne said...

Kat, you are welcome to come. Man, that would be fun. Do you remember high school friend who lived in Russia, Chec Republic, Germany, England? It's at her house.

Kat said...

That would be a blast. Alas, my in-laws are here visiting form Minnesota!