I made a promise – Please help me keep it

As some of you may or may not know I am a grandmother, abuelita, nana to Frick and Frack, aka Trey and Makayla.  They love the fact that we send them toys, tee shirts from wherever we’ve traveled, and as of late they are loving getting monetary gifts.  Oh dear they are growing up; currently they are clocking in at 10 and 8.  But I promised them that I would give them something to take to elementary school for social studies that would knock the socks off of anything that any of their classmates could ever come up with.  Did I happen to mention I’m a bit competitive too 😉  So this is where you wonderful readers come in to play.

I need your help!!!  The project is to get as many of you to respond to this post in the comments section with these things:

Your name (first name only or just your initials) – your city/town/province/wherever and country – your native language – and how you say hello.

Example:

Teri – Ohio, USA – English – Hello

Please please help me with this project for the grands and lets blow their teachers and classmates minds with how wonderful the world is…and how awesomely cool their grandmother is 🙂

Thank you so much

Teri

ps. If you have friends who are from other countries feel free to ask them if they would like to help.

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31 Responses to I made a promise – Please help me keep it

  1. mingophoto says:

    Lennart, Germany, deutsch, Hallo!

  2. Victor-Ottawa, Canada-English-Hello

  3. Brett says:

    Brett — Atlanta, U.S. — Hi (and usually with a smile) 🙂

  4. Chris – New Hampshire, USA – English – Hello

  5. bulldog says:

    Bulldog- Pretoria South Africa- Afrikaans – goeie môre…

  6. Indah – Jakarta, Indonesia – Indonesian (bahasa) – Apakabar

    (apakabar also means how are you ;))

  7. Uncle Tree says:

    Keith — Nebraska, USA — “Howdy!”

  8. Dino – Maryland, USA – English – Hey

  9. cecilia says:

    cecilia, from New Zealand, There are two languages in NZ one is Maori – KIA ORA.. pronounced *kee’ora.* don’t forget to roll your r’s c

  10. Cindi says:

    Cindi – American living in Bergen, Norway – English – Hello!

    Jan – Norwegian married to Cindi – Norwegian – Hallo! Hei hei! God dag!

  11. Brave Heart – Native American Iroquois/Cherokee – Ohio USA – Osiyo (Pronounced “Oh-say-Oh”)

  12. Barb, Canadian living in Calgary, Alberta.. we often say “How’s it goin’?”

  13. tedgriffith says:

    Ted- Texas, USA- Howdy

  14. Leyla says:

    Leyla- Texas, USA- Hi 🙂

  15. Julie says:

    Julie, France, Corse : Bonghjornu (bonjour) 🙂

  16. Ileana says:

    Hello there! Ileana Romania – Galati 🙂

  17. marthabernie says:

    Martha, Pasadena, CA USA, English – Hello!

  18. Kathryn, Seattle-born, living in Texas, USA, English: Hi there!

  19. Mark Myers says:

    Mark, Georgia, USA, Howsyermama&them? (Really just Hi)

  20. Lignum Draco says:

    Lignum – Sydney Australia – English – G’day.

  21. Stuart, Virginia, Hi y’all!

  22. Mjollnir says:

    Iain (Mjollnir) – Bergen, Norway but originally from Scotland – Gaelic – ciamar a tha sibh (keemar a ha sheev) or in Norwegian – Hallo or Hei.

  23. Hanne, County Clare, Ireland, originally from Denmark. In modern Danish language we say Hej (hi) and Hej Hej (as goodbye) 🙂

  24. Laurien says:

    Laurien, The Netherlands, Nederlands (Dutch), Hallo!

  25. LOVE IT!! Ashley, Charlotte, NC, USA, English, Hello! 🙂

  26. gtonthenet says:

    Gerard, Worcestershire, United Kingdom, plain old ‘Hello!’ 🙂

  27. Maia T. says:

    Maia, Argyll, Scotland (born in MN, USA), Hi

  28. Eddie, Florida, USA English-Hello

  29. Harrie, Den Haag, The Netherlands, Nederlands (Dutch), Hallo!

  30. imackenzie14 says:

    Ian, Fort William, Scotland, Hi

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