Friday, September 29

j'y suis jamais allée

I'm in France, the town is beautiful, my suitcases are heavy, the people have been wonderful so far, I'm realizing that I don't speak French as well as I thought I did, I' a bit homesick, and internet has been hard to come by.

More eventually.


Blogger Sandrine (alias Didine ♥ ) said...

Welcome in Europe my sweet friend ! I wish you the best ! Take care ! Smooches from your neighbour !

1:42 AM  
Anonymous miss Trop said...

where do you stay in France ??
welcome in MY country ! Hope you will enjoy your trip... :)

2:08 AM  
Blogger rebecca said...

Good luck in your new abode. Just also wanted to say thank you for the great parcel of goodness that arrived the other day - love the trimmings !

3:52 AM  
Blogger Funky Finds said...

I'm glad to hear you made it alright! I'm sure it's a big adjustment but you'll feel right at home in no time I'm sure. :)

7:46 AM  
Anonymous Alison said...

Wow how quick was that!
Soak it up and enjoy :)

7:48 AM  
Anonymous martha said...

hey -glad you made it.
Hurry up and get connected soon -we all miss you:)

10:08 AM  
Anonymous sally said...

So glad you arrived safely. I'm sure your French will improve in no time! Have a lovely first weekend in France!

11:16 AM  
Blogger vegasandvenice said...

Yay! I am glad that you arrived safely! Thinking of you! hugs!

2:17 PM  
Blogger The Worsted Witch said...


5:11 PM  
Anonymous Lisa | eots said...

You'll be sounding like a native speaker in no time.

5:20 PM  
Blogger Soie Belle said...

I'm sure you'll have a great time in France!

6:10 PM  
Blogger Strikkelise said...

Welcome to Europe! I loved the Gordon Lightfoot song you posted earlier. I've never known his work but I'm getting a short lecture from my husband right now.
I also love your new haircut that looks appropriately Amelie-ish.

1:24 PM  
Anonymous Eren said...

So glad you arrived safely. In two weeks you will forget you were ever feeling uneasy! Enjoy.

6:58 PM  
Blogger Cristina said...

good luck!! the homesickness will hopefully fade a bit once you get settled in and start making some friends. theres this great antique fair/flea market on the weekends....the lonely planet might have more info.
~good luck to you~

7:53 PM  
Anonymous Gillian said...

How do you say JEALOUS in French?!?! :)

12:50 PM  
Blogger Del4yo said...

Courage, j'espere que tout se passera bien :)

7:39 PM  
Anonymous lisa said...

we miss you. can't wait for photos!!

10:46 AM  
Anonymous James said...

Broken Ribs can be the pits. New Carport has a roof. I think the World will never run out of OIL. Hope you are fine and well. We will see you in 07 for sure.

2:59 PM  
Blogger Medium Reality said...

A few broken words in a language go a long way when accompanied by a smile and a good attitude. good luck on your adventure!

6:26 PM  
Blogger Dawbis said...

wow, i wish you all the fun and happiness in the world! i would love to visit france one day... or anywhere in europe! i am glad you had a safe travel.

6:40 PM  

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