I’m learning, I’m learning! By doing the daily post, I learn new English words, like eerie, and I’m getting more comfortable writing in English. Thank you for every English speaking person that reads my blog. Thank you for your patience as well!
Eerie. Eerie is one of those words that you know, or you think you know, but when you have to write a blog post about it, you realize that you actually don’t know the real meaning of it. Thanks to Google translate, I learned the meaning of a new English word! Onheilspellend.
For me, Toortsie, writing a second English blog post in one day, is a bit eerie. Really!
That last day in South Australia, we travelled from Victor Harbour to Adelaide, we planned to go to a certain wild park. On our way towards the park, my husband said that it was going to rain, but we didn’t really think that it would affect us. So we followed the GPS into the mountains.
When we arrived at the gate, it was closed due to bad weather. At that moment two emergency vehicles came from the park and said that we have to leave immediately, a big storm was coming. The next moment the storm began. We got out of the mountain safely and went to the nearest hotel. Eerie! It was the worst storm Adelaide had in 50 years!
Toortsie se Bantingboerekos Facebook page
Toortsie se Facebook page
Finesse Blogger van die week
Toortsie by Finesse: Wat ‘n beloning
Toortsie’s LCHF Journey
Toortsie op Pinterest