Row, Row, Row Your Boat

I saw this linen tee on sale last week, and even though the weather has cooled down considerably, it is still warm enough for a T-shirt, so of course I had to snatch it up. (In Vietnam, “cooling down” generally means “you’re going to wear the same summer clothes except you’re not going to sweat through them in 10 minutes”. And then, snap! Winter is here! There is no in-between.)

I think it’s not just any old boat but actually a Chinese junk embroidered on the T-shirt, but “Row, row, row your Chinese junk” doesn’t have the same ring to it, does it?

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One Comment on “Row, Row, Row Your Boat”

  1. Mike says:

    Hey! Love the slightly different backdrop you have behind you! Looks more 3 dimensional somehow.

    That’s a cool shirt, Salazar. I like how you made the correlation of your T-shirt with the song, Row, Row, Row Your Boat. It reminded me how we had to sing that as a round back in my grade school music classes, which I hated. Did you ever have to do that, or something similar?

    Happy Friday! 🙂


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