Monthly Archives: May 2010

Just add egg

I’ve written already about some of my adventures eating out here in France but what I’ve yet to really explain to you is what I have been cooking here. The average cost of a supper here is around 30 euros. … Continue reading

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Fun things about france

The French drink hot chocolate and coffee out of bowls in the morning. I don’t think I’ll ever want to do it any other way. McDonald’s is a strange taste without American cheese. EVERY TV show has at least four … Continue reading

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A place called Pontchartrain

I thought to myself “well, those are some pretty cute guys in that band” (and I may have fallen in love a bit on the spot). Who other than the Lost Bayou Ramblers had arrived in France FINALLY. Continue reading

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The free show at the Eiffel Tower.

Let’s talk about the biggest tourist attraction in Paris, La Toure Eiffle. It is a great way to end your day of sight-seeing in Paris but I must say it is not absolutely a must because of the many hassles … Continue reading

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Where have you been?

I feel like I’ve been busy busy. I’ve been trying to get things done while the weather is BEAUTIFUL here. It is still chilly by my standards but the sun has been out for the past few days and I’ve … Continue reading

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Yesterday and today mark that I have officially DEFEATED the Metro. I now understand how this whole thing works. One point for the Cajun girl. Yessssssssssss!

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Let’s talk about money.

The US has it all wrong when it comes to change. Change is good (so our president tells us) but why does it end up in random baskets, jars, pots, bottles, bowls, boxes, and other containers throughout our American homes. … Continue reading

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Body issues, Paris fashion.

Though it could be because it is cold but I see a lot less skin here. Even in the steaming hot and ultra packed clubs I’ve been to women are KEEPING THEIR CLOTHES ON. It seems that here cleavage (front … Continue reading

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Things I decided not to pack and now regret.

My favorite Jeans My Slippers A Yoga mat or beach towel Louisiana sausages and meats My favorite Cookbook Community Coffee My French Press My big, heavy yellow Jacket and a scarf The weather here is so cold and People are … Continue reading

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When you look too far into the future it is just a disappointment because when you arrive you have to say “shucks, I’ve already seen this part.” Live in the moment, things will always surprise you. On another note: Yes … Continue reading

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