Dedh Pajar Ügens ha Deg
De Sül, üdnegves warn ügens mis Meurth
Sunday, 31st March
Dedh Damyow ew hedhyw, golys gen teylûyow en pub le. Diwedh mis Meurth ew ha thew an kensa dedh e’wedh a Dermyn Hav Bretednek. Nei a dreylyas agan clockys newher. Gellys veu üdn ar glogh dhe dew ar glogh. Lebmyn ew an gordhûher moy hir, theram ow pedery – saw me alja bos cabmgemerys. Pandra wrüga vy gwil hedhyw? Na aljama mos mes gen ow mergh ha mergh wydn, drefen bos an dhiw gajagh. Me a gavas neppeth rag desky – naw cûb en kisten. Ma dhe geniver cûb whegh ymach deffrans warnodho – etho pejwardhek pictour ha dogens. Ûsys ens rag leverel whedhlow.
It is Mothers’ Day today, celebrated by families everywhere. It’s the end of March and it’s the first day of British Summer Time as well. We altered our clocks yesterday night. One o’clock became two o’clock. Now the evening is longer, I think – but I may be mistaken. I couldn’t go out with my daughter and granddaughter because they are both poorly. I found something for teaching – nine cubes in a box. Each cube has six different images on it - so fifty-four pictures. They are used for story-telling.