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Monday, October 19, 2009

What I Have Learned While in Russia

Pedestrians do not have the right-a-way.
You drive either on the right side or the left side of the car. It does not matter.
Hot water sometimes comes from the right knob on the faucet and sometimes on the left.
The napkins are tiny, really tiny.
It is appropriate for a man to carry a purse, wear acid wash jeans, and have a mullet.
If it is cooler than 70 degrees you must wear a snowsuit.
There is no ice for beverages.
Watch your step because stairs are not always the same height.
Women must wear the tallest heels they can find.
Their children are beautiful.

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