De Lün, seythves mis Efen
Monday, 7th June
dedhyow na ellama pedery a dra veth! Skith o vy. Hir o an seythen eus passyes.
Da ew genam gweles agan flehes wydn, bes ma othom dhebm a dermyn lowr dhe dhaskemeres
ow nerth. Sewajys o vy dhe ga gweles kemeres an buss e'n mettin. Ma'n maw bian
ow rei farwell dhebm gans y leuv (ha ma'n lewyader buss ow cül pecar!) Wòja
hedna e veu pols bian ken cuntelyans. Thera termyn lowr dhe sawra an flourys. Rag
fra ew an spern gwydn gwydnrüdh e'n vledhen ma? Ew hebma neppeth nowydh? Nag o
an mettin còsel - ma whel derevel dhe'n kentrevek - gen meur a gern ha jynnys
brâs. Nag ew cosel an pow adro.
Nag ew cosel an pow adro.
There are some days I can't think of anything! I'm tired. The past week was long. I like to see our grandchildren, but I need enough time to recover my energy. I'm relieved to see them catch the bus in the morning. The little boy waves goodbye to me (and so does the bus driver!) After that there was a short pause before a meeting. There was enough time to savour the flowers. Why is the hawthorn pink this year? Is this something new? The morning wasn't quiet - the neighbour has building work -with lots of concrete and big machines. The countryside is not quiet.
Deg ger rag hedhyw Ten words for today
bos othom a to need, be in need of
daskemeres to recover, take back
derevel ~ drevel to build, erect
farwell farewell, goodbye
gwydnrüdh pink (white-red) can also use kigliw
kern (m) concrete
leuv (f) hand (we usually use dorn)
lewyader (m) driver
pols bian (m) short while, pause
sawra ~ sawry to savour, smell, flavour