An Austen Kind of Day

French Word of the Day: malade (mah-lad)- ill

My cold has decided it loves me.  Instead of going away, it’s made itself at home.  So much so that I woke up with a fever this morning.  I got out of bed, looked at my bed, and got back in it.

When I woke up again, everyone in the entire Midwest was online because of the massive amounts of snow.  (Nary a flake in Paris…)  I skyped with my mom, and we decided to watch a Jane Austen movie together.

She put her computer in front of the tv, and even made me my own cup of tea.

We decided to watch Persuasion together because Captain Wentworth is incredibly hot.

That’s the skype picture of him.  Even the blue can’t completely mask his true beauty.

That’s a picture taken from the internet to show his hotness up close and personal.  Note the fabulous 19th century dress.  This would make a fabulous theme-wedding outfit.  Theme: My husband loves me a LOT.

I’ve never thought of using skype in this way before, but definitely will again.  Especially if I get my own tea.

Pain au chocolat count: 48

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About The Meghan

I'm a lupus survivor who spent a year and a half in France. Now, I'm trying to incorporate the best parts of French culture into an American lifestyle.
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5 Responses to An Austen Kind of Day

  1. siobhan says:

    What a fun afternoon! love you!

  2. Connor says:

    Who do you think is hotter, Captain Wentworth or Legolas?

  3. Alyssa says:

    Do you have those little mucus guys moved into your lungs like in the mucinex commercials? and i love the idea of a theme wedding. the bridesmaid dressses would be killer.

  4. Connor says:

    I know I wrote on Facebook, but I wanted to write it here. Hope you had a fantastic birthday!

  5. Adriana says:

    Happy Belated Birthday Meghan! I have to start reading your blog again. You’re so smart and witty and you make me laugh. What a good writer you are. Keep it up.

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