She owns this bang-up little Nawlins biz.
But the piece is cute as a button anyways!
Fun | tree hugging sister | January 30, 2013 1:58 pm
Took the streetcar every day to and from school (1971-1975). The novelty wears off over time but it’s still a fun means of transportation. Fleurty Girl has become a bit of a New Orleans sensation.
LOL. You say tomaytoe I say tomahto…
It’s a trolley – my parents are from the Boston area.
I love the English language. So many ways to say the same thing – and we have wars over how to say it. Gray/grey? Fag/cigarette? We’re endlessly misunderstood Brit/Aus/US…Knock me up in the morning if you want to chat about English, ok? LOL (You can say that to a Brit, but not an American).
I love English. And the way we all use it. America, UK, Aus, South Africa, India…everywhere it’s acknowledged as an official language.
Sorry Kathy, it’s a streetcar. Trolley’s are for benighted Yankees.
THS – I don’t remember any streetcars when we went to Nawlins – but the bachelorette party that we saw still stands out vividly in my mind!
Make you a deal, Donna. Next time you come to New Orleans, I’ll show you where the streetcars are and you show me where the bachelorette parties are.
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