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Les boutiques de vin de la region occupe plus de 50% des espaces commerciaux! Alors nous avons choisi de visiter la boutique d'un domaine qui appartient a la meme famille depuis 9 generations. En quittant la boutique, je venais d'atteindre mon exempsion personnelle en bouteille de vin pour le retour a la maison! Et nous qui attaquons Bordeaux demain... la vie est injuste!
... The mom walks their whiny kid (usually a fairy or spiderman depending on gender/sexual orientation) and dad is forced to stay at home and give candy to the trick-or-treaters.
Then you have the adolescents who believes that "Halloween is the one night a year when a girl can dress like a total slut and no other girls can say anything about it." -Mean Girls
This gives you a crude idea of what Halloween is like in the US. ...
One of my supervisors kindly informed me that I can take a 2-week vacation since there are 2 volunteers that want to help out at the clinic. I think he wanted me to explore the beauty of South of France (specifically le Pays Basque - not to be confused with le Pays Bas), but I wanted to use this time wisely and take advantage of the whole entire European Continent while I can ("Go big or go home" is my motto). There was a plethora ...
Coman's new role as a jet-set travel guru has resulted in an unexpected treat to prepare him for his new life; a cheeky weekend in Bordeaux gaining first-hand experience of the luxury market, and a chance for us to eat and drink ourselves three dress-sizes larger in as many days. Hurrah!
So on an overcast Thursday afternoon we find ourselves being chauffeured across the Dordogne, en route to a chateau in the famous wine-making town of ...
... 2 sarcoids on her stomach. Lucky for me, Dr. Relav thought of this as an optimum opportunity to open the door of surgery to me.
I was such a nervous mess.
Fabien showed me the way by removing the first (and bigger) mass. He made it look so simple and easy, my first thought was "Ok, I can do this!"
Then he handed me the scaple. Gulp.
First of all, my incision was a mess. It ended up clean, but then I fidgeted which created a crazy wavy line. The ...