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Well, I got a request to make this recording (look at the previous post).

I will pronounce Russian words from Yuri on Ice.

Hope, you will enjoy it ^^

And be careful, recording may be loud.

The list of words (I added russian writing):

1. Viktor Nikiforov
Виктор Никифоров

2. Vitya
Витя

3. Yuri Plisetsky
Юрий Плисецкий

4. Yurochka

Юрочка

5. Georgi Popovich
Георгий Попович

5. Mila Babicheva
Мила Бабичева

6. Yakov Feltsman
Яков Фельцман


7. Lilia Baranovskaya
Лилия Барановская


8. Nikolai Plisetsky
Николай Плисецкий

9. Anya
Аня

10. Russia
Россия

11.Saint Petersburg
Санкт-Петербург

12. Moscow
Москва

13. Sheremetyevo
Шереметьево

14. Aeroflot
Аэрофлот

15. Pirozhki
Пирожки

16.Poodle

Пудель

17.Do svidaniya
До свидания

18.Vkusno
Вкусно

19. Eros
Эрос

20. Agape
Агапэ

21. Spasibo
Спасибо

22.Potchti
Почти

23.Borscht
Борщ

24. Davai
Давай

25. Saint Petersburg home rink name in russian
Спортивный клуб Чемпионов

26.Stay close to me and never leave me (in Russian)
Будь рядом со мной и никогда не покидай меня

27.Yuri, Let’s sleep together (in Russian)
Юри, давай поспим вместе

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first day!

The first thing I did this morning was help make a compost pile on the side of the hoop house. This acts as both heating and insulation during the cooler months. OSBG picks up scraps and expireds from Whole Foods. As it turns out, pineapple heads take too long to biodegrade to be used in compost (we still put core and side peelings in). Other things that went into the compost pile today included expired bread and produce, and a succession of tomato plants. For the carbon input we had woodchips, and for manure OSBG uses horse manure mixed with wood bedding. After we had piled wood and manure on top of the green matter, we took the empty truck to St. Bernard Parish to get another truck load.

After lunch, I helped transplant leeks (planting! In January!) and seed sprouts. They grow radish, sunflower, onion, and pea sprouts here to sell to high-end restaurants on the other side of town. Sprouts are a high-dollar item and (obviously) takes far less time to grow than the full plant. After sprouts, I helped do a final pick of the arugula before it was tilled in and we began to spread fresh soil and measure and flatten new beds.

This is the first day I’ve done actual labor in a few months. Hopefully I will find it easier to sleep tonight than I did last night. I’m exhausted!