Or at least I thought so and I don't pay much attention to ads as a rule. The language isn't English (maybe German - I'm not sure) but you won't need it; it's a visual.
Update: Thank you mijk for letting me know it's Dutch. I flipped a coin between the two languages because I wasn't sure. I looked it up (which I should have done in the first place). The "H" in Hema stands for Holland, it's a large and very well known company over there.
Delilah, from whom I swiped the link, says it's not over until the last confetti falls.
(Hint - keep your eye on the radio - I almost missed it).
We had a peaceful weekend. It's getting chillier by the day but the sun is now shining and I didn't need a jacket in the few minutes I stepped outside this morning (to dump the trash - I have such an exciting life).
Rebecca and Rochelle called. They're still doing well with track and field and Rebecca tells me she's being good. No soon had she said that than she and Rochelle began squabbling about something while I was sitting there with the phone to my ear. In a minute though they were laughing again. So was I; it was all so familiar.
And I may have already said Ray has what I hope will be his last surgical checkup today. He doesn't look like his old self; he looks better. Still a little discomfort; it was major, major surgery after all but he's well on the way to recovery.
Hope all of you had a good weekend. Thanks for the comments and take care everyone.