Hi Brett! I see a photo of Caernarvon Castle on your website. (I hope I've got that right!) I live with walking distance of Caerphilly Castle, the second largest castle in UK (after Windsor). The weather here is very typical at the moment ie all April has been wet, wet, wet! I hope you're getting it brighter and warmer out there. Iechyd da!
Many thanks for the welcome. Strictly speaking I am not of welsh blood but I reckon I am entitled to "freedom of the city" as I have been here in excess of forty five years and sound like a native. Will speak again soon -Fi
Diolch, Brett. It was so nice to be welcomed and I'm looking forward very much to interacting on the site. I'm a Welsh speaker, living in Cardiff and I write for children and schools. I holidayed in New York four years ago and hope to return to the US again before too long with my husband. We found the American people incredibly friendly and helpful, much like the Welsh. Iechyd da
Thank you Brett for your welcome - I think I am going to enjoy this exchange even though I don't have my own computer but use those provided by my apartment building. My birth name is Olga but I have been called Kitty all my life (short for Kathleen) - the Purosky came from a second marriage - my first husband was David Jenkins - so I am Olga Kathleen Ace Jenkins Purosky (Kitty for short) - thanks again!
Dhia dhuit, mo chara (OK, I know it's really Irish, but we're all Celts here...). Thanks for the welcome. Nice to see a site dedicated to Wales, it's about time "West Britain" finally got some good resources!
Brett - Dilch am y croeso cynnes. Thank you for your warm welcome. I'm sure that I will enjoy visits to the AmeriCymru website. It is always enjoyable to meet Welsh people or descendants of Welsh people who are in all corners of the world.