Google Translator Widget

America is my country and Paris is my hometown – Gertrude Stein
{ Paris is favorite city in the world, and I don’t care if that’s cliche. }

I just added the Google Translator widget to my blog that I found just doing a Google search for “google translate widget blog” and not suprisingly, it was the first result. I know from looking at my stats that my blog is viewed from a lot of different countries, which is pretty neat. Hopefully having the option to translate the pages will help. I like using it myself actually.

I’ve looked at it in Tagalog, which I understand better than I speak and speak better than I read. I’ve also looked at it in French which I read better than I speak and speak better than I understand others. I figured I’d try it in Spanish, too, just to see, but even though I recognized some words, I remember less Spanish then the other languages since I only studied it a couple years my early part of high school ten years ago, and learning French pushed most of it out of my memory.

I’ve decided everything sounds more beautiful in French and funnier in Tagalog. I’m not sure how I feel about it in Spanish. The voice in my head isn’t as intriguing as Ana de la Reguera on that Kahlua commercial.

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  1. I tried Tagalog and that's hilarious! Sometimes, that's the problem with these translator programs. They translate each word instead of the entire meaning of the sentence. I probably still ought to add it on mine, though.

  2. I just found your blog, and I love it! You have a beautiful family. I look forward to checking back in! 🙂

  3. my second cousin lives in an apartment in that building to the left of the eiffel tower. It's absolutely amazing!