This certainly isn't a topic I'd usually write about, by why not give it a go? Let's start with the lowest first, shall we? People clipping their nails in public. I've never understood how people can do this. I understand wanting to even them out and trim them, but why not wait until you're home? … Continue reading My Top Three Pet Peeves
There are so many ways to be a book nerd, even when you don't have access to books. Here are my five favourite ways.
It's been an amazing seven weeks in France. It's been quite different than the staff and I had originally anticipated, but it's been an incredible time despite the changes that have taken place. I've been able to participate at two local churches, a Bible study, and the Institute to learn more about the French spiritual … Continue reading Working in France
People always tell horror stories about saying the wrong word in a foreign language and either saying something offensive or sexual. They rally are trying to say something innocent, but the word is mispronounced or the phrase doesn't mean what the speaker thought. Well, after a few years studying French, I have have finally made … Continue reading Well, I least I learned something
My travel experiences have always been a little bizarre or planned last minute. I can't say I like it, but it certainly keeps life interesting. When I found out my itinerary just one and a half weeks before coming to France, my nerves were wrecked. All the unexpected changes on flight day didn't help. But … Continue reading La première semaine
Early this semester, I was asked to return to France with the Jacques Lefevre Institute as an intern. I'm glad to say I decided to apply and was accepted for a three month trip. I wrote this poem the day I was asked to return: Longing for Tomorrow (or Sword Beach)
Today a good friend of mine returned to where we first met. She technically landed tomorrow morning in France. As stated in my last post, I always want to go back to Normandy, a place I call home, but getting a message from her this afternoon saying she had arrived to the very home we … Continue reading Fernweh