Monthly Archives: March 2011

Busy, Busy, Busy

French Word of the Day: pompiers (pomp-ee-eh)- firemen I have homework, but this is ever so much more interesting. Besides, it’s my mom’s birthday.  I have to wish her happy birthday! Happy birthday, Mom!  Here’s a crown with star jewels.  … Continue reading

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More Laundry Escapades

French Word of the Day: infroissable (en-fwa-sob-leh)- I have no idea what this means, but the washing machines flash this word when they decide to break. Translation websites claim it means “crease,” but that just makes no sense to me. … Continue reading

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Thinking of my friends…

French Word(s) of the Day: tremblement de terre (tremb-lay-mon duh tare)- earthquake I go to a language school in Paris.  The French don’t need to learn French (though some of them could benefit from a few classes), so I usually … Continue reading

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Visit!!!!

French Word of the Day: visite (vees-it)- visit My mom and her friend, Joan, were here for a visit.  They started the trip off right by bringing me a lot of items with chocolate in them from the States.  Girl … Continue reading

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Gold Stars and Birthday Crowns

French Word of the Day: reine (ren)- queen It’s my lovely Aunt Susi and cousin Bridget’s birthday today, so I’ve made them sparkly crowns (I tried tiaras, but they looked more like blobs of yellow).  May they have many more … Continue reading

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Fashion Week

French Word(s) of the Day: Fashion Week (fah-shon week)- Fashion Week (sometimes they don’t change it) Fashion Week is going on as I type this.  Beautiful, famous people are everywhere.  (I assume, I haven’t seen them.) This also means that … Continue reading

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Meghan Works in France

French Word(s) of the Day: Je suis toujours en vie (juh swee too-jur on vee)- I’m still alive It’s been so long that I’m sure some of you are convinced that I went back into the hospital/ have been kidnapped … Continue reading

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