Wednesday, January 24, 2007

How Do You Say "Gorgeous" in Polish?

My friend Dagmara, who lives in Poland, is brilliant, beautiful and very generous. She sent me this wonderful book of Polish needlework. I d0n't need to know a word of Polish to appreciate the beautiful embroidery, crochet, lacework and other needlework in this book. I could, and will, spend hours admiring the beautiful work. If her goal is to persuade me to visit Poland, she's doing a good job of it.








2 comments:

Bridget said...

Yes, the book looks like great eye candy, but I was certain that the "Gorgeous" you were talking about was your friend!

It may be just as well you don't read Polish - this way you can enjoy the book without feeling like you *have* to make any of the items ...

butchieg said...

Well, I looked up "gorgeous" in my Polish-English dictionary. The Polish word is "wspanialy."
I got the chance to look at the book for a short time, and it is absolutely wspanialy.
Thank you for sharing.