Sure aMmar 🙂
It says something like: Ah, if life had a reverse gear!
آه اگر زندگي دنده عقب داشت!
You find often poetry written on trucks and buses, still they are far from the wonderful Pakistani ones.
99: Not exactly, but this doesn’t mean that I couldn’t accommodate my future visitors:)
I don’t find the Pakistani Trucks and buses ridiculous at all, they are fabulous! Who says that a car has to be sober an minimalist? The users have appropriated the “device” and I am all for celebrating differences – and eccentricities! 🙂
Proggie, I am surviving 🙂 I know that you went through the same experience recently.
I moved into my current house a little over 20 years ago. I still have boxes that were never unpacked when I got here. They take up space in the garage, sitting and collecting dust.
The longest I stayed in any house prior to this one was less than two years. Some places as little as two weeks. All the time dealing with landlords, some of whom were a real challenge to deal with.
My smallest residence was a walk in closet in a friend’s house when I couldn’t take my college dorm mate any more. The largest was a 14 room 2 story farm house in the country – built in 1850. When the winter wind blew, snow would filter in through the cracks. The glass in the windows was so old that it had flowed down leaving the panes thin on top and thicker on the bottom. Bubbles in the glass had been stretched out of round.
I even lived a spell in a little old house between two sets of railroad tracks. When the trains passed it would rock as if in a 7.0 earthquake. The cupboards all had latches to keep the contents inside.
Occasionally two trains would be passing at the same time – we would go outside for fear of collapse.