Здравстуйте Russian Federation!
Hi United States!
Hello United Kingdom!
Hello South Africa!
Salam Saudi Arabia!
Hello & Salut Canada!
Hello Bosnia and Herzegovina!
Hello New Zeland!
WordPress says at least one person visited my site from these countries. So I wanted to say hello. I am sorry that the only language I speak is English. But I am glad that I can speak English so that somebody around the world, somebody who is thousands of miles away, can understand me when s/he reads.
If the question is who I am; a full-time mother of a 9-year-old boy, two dogs and five cats at home, countless of them around the town. I am a pharmacist after all. And finally I am the CEO, writer, editor, spokesman, photographer, salesman and public-relationsman of my self-newspaper: https://tugbaturan.com/
I wanna thank all the English teachers who taught me British English in all those long-lasting years of school. And I wanna thank all the Hollywood movies for ‘American-English’ed accent that made me talk like an American. (I know the term ‘American-English’ed isn’t a right one but may I have some fun with English please- as I am having with my native language?)
I like Clive Owen talking in pure British accent but I can’t really understand Robert Downey Jr. when he is Sherlock Holmes. (I can’t understand Jude Law either, I prefer to ‘watch’ him instead.) I like Robert Downey being an arrogant hero of made of IRON more than his investigations.
So does Obama, right? I know he is one of Obama’s active supporters with Batman and Spiderman.
I wish you could read my totally fictional story about meeting George Clooney in Geneve. I wish you could see how I named the main meal as “Turkey filled with Syriana pilaw”. But the story is in Turkish.
Here I am in the middle of the middle-east crying out loud so that you can hear my voice from all over the world. I wish I could visit all the places that I mentioned.
I hope whomever reads this pen-friend-letter-likely words of mine, forgives me for my half-forgotten English. But as my blog’s name is “MEMORY OF A FISH” in English, I am proud of the remains of this language that runs in my mind. Because I couldn’t ever reach to anyone of you without these words coming up together.
Best wishes from Safranbolu, Türkiye.