French Word(s) of the Day: crème de la crème solaire (crem duh la crem soul-air)- cream of the sunscreen
This was on the metro today:
I know, I know. I never update anymore. I’ve been really boring and doing mostly school work. I have to try on these because they’re group projects. If it’s a project on my own/ a test, I could care less. Last week, I gave a speech on how to properly go through Disneyland. I rehearsed it once. I kicked the other speech’s butts. See? Not caring makes you a more interesting person.
Louis, I’m sorry I offended you. I still had a ton of fun with you all at Disneyland and you’re all awesome, but the Americans just know how to get the bang for their buck. I retract that it didn’t count.
Speaking of Louis (’cause he was there), we were by the Seine Saturday night. It was such a beautiful day that being outside was necessary. Half of Paris joined us on the Pont des Arts (the bridge Big and Carrie met on for all you Sex and the City fans) with their wine. This time, we weren’t stopped by the police. They tried to slap us with a 350 euro fine two years ago, something about “drinking in public.” I assume they’ve given up, as everyone in France drinks in public. (Don’t tell Snooki.)
The Editor’s Weblog (the site where I work) beat its all time record for number of hits in the month of March. We had 73,000 hits, I think. Even if it’s a coincidence that I started working there March 1st, I’m going to take all the credit for it. I assume you all helped, so THANK YOU!!!!
I wrote an article today using only French resource material. You should all just stare at it here. Emma (my boss) also had Federica and I write bios. I had trouble finding a picture, so I put the one from the Fashion Week party. I’m such a professional, I know. Apparently a Finnish guy is coming to join our team on Friday. I’ll let you know how much we scare him.
Now I must study for a test I don’t care about and write a power point for a presentation I haven’t researched. Scholarly fail.
Someday, I will give you your fashion update. Promise.
Pain au chocolat count: 72