Category Archives: Family

Danse, Danse, Danse, Danse

French Word of the Day: danse (dawns)- dance Entertainment is a beautiful form of escapism, and music is one of my favorites.  I’m a big fan of things that are happy and bubbly (I know I hide it well under … Continue reading

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My Most Loyal Reader

French Word of the Day: cousin (coo-sawn)- cousin If anyone were to ever go through the comments on each of my individual posts, they’d find that one person has commented more than everyone else combined: my cousin, Connor.  If it … Continue reading

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BON ANNIVERSAIRE, MAMAN!

French Word of the Day: maman (mah mah)- mom (or mum, if you want to be British about it) Many of you (read: most), don’t know my mom, but she’s quite the fabulous lady.  Her name is Siobhan (sha-vohn), and … Continue reading

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Betsy’s Wedding

French Word(s) of the Day: sels de bain (sell day bahn)- bath salts I have just a few more photos from Betsy’s wedding.  (Side note: Betsy’s Wedding is the title of both a book and an apparently awful Molly Ringwald … Continue reading

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An Elvish Chapel

French Word of the Day: la chapelle (lah shap-el)- the chapel When I think of a destination wedding, beaches and European castles come to mind. One word that doesn’t? Arkansas. However, having just returned from one there, I must change … Continue reading

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