French Word of the Day: disparu (diss-par-ew)- gone, disappeared
For those of you who think the title should be “Wherefore art thou” like the line from Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, you’re incorrect. Wherefore means why. It’s a common misconception that I’m breaking you all of now. Juliet isn’t calling out to Romeo, she’s asking the universe why he’s a Montague, son of her foresworn enemy.
And now, we speak French.
I have no idea where time has gone. I was leaving for Paris, and then all of the sudden it was the week before Thanksgiving. I still haven’t put up 8 million posts detailing every millisecond of my trip!
It was quite the trip. I plan on stretching out blogging about it on here from now until Christmas. (At my current rate of posting, that equals about one entry.)
I took so many pictures that my phone has been yelling at me. “Yo Meghan, when you gonna take these things off? You don’t have any more space in the cloud.”
Why do clouds run out of space? I thought it was impossible to fill them.
But Paris comes later. To tide you over:
I went to my doctor today, and she let me know that my kidney/ lupus levels are pretty much in the normal person range. I’m pretty excited. For today, that will trump Paris.
But just for today.
2 thoughts on “November, Where Art Thou?”
This is fantastic new Meg. This kind of news trumps Paris. Trumps every dream vacation you can think of. Congrats.
Yo Meghan, great post!