Thursday’s questions were:
- Who said: Love begins by taking care of the closest ones – the ones at home.?
2. Who had a sign saying TRESPASSERS W outside his home and what was the W short for?
3. It’s domicile in French, abitazione in Italian, hogar in Spanish and kāinga in Maori, what is it in English?
4. What does Lang may yer lum reek mean, literally, not figuratively?
5. What makes your house a home?
Points for answers:
Grant got two, a nearly (reek can be smell but lum is chimney not house).
Gravedodger got three and the apology for distraction.
J Bloggs got four.
Answers follow the break:
1. Mother Teresa.
2. Piglet, Tresspassers William.
4. Long may your chimney smoke.
5. Love, laughter, warmth (emotional and physical), family, books, memories.