Cazaudehore et La Forestiere
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... any English and I knew just enough French to let her know that I don’t know any at all. It was a rather comical, albite awkward, affair that I muddled my way through. I don’t know about her but I breathed a sigh of relief when I was done eating. The meal was amazing of course. A nice chunk of duck with béarnaise sauce, small potatoes with crème fresh with chives, a salad with a delicious vinaigrette, and bread with ...
... coming in one at a time and talking about what they are learning in class. They're learning about slavery and then segregation in the United States. One of my students cried. I asked her what she was learning and she was silent for a while and then I saw tears. So I helped her out, but explaining what they were talking about in the most simple way that I could and then asking her if she understood and if she remembered learning about it. I think she might have been overwhelmed or ...
... did my hair, all without having to leave my room. When I went to get breakfast Gaspard was awake and being a little ****. He took all the spoons so I couldn't make my coffee. He did give me one, but it took a while. He's trying to be cute and funny.
I got to actually sit down and eat breakfast. I was running a bit late, so I didn't get to finish my coffee. It was such a beautiful walk to school! It was like a high of 60. The leaves are falling ...
... I am moving out.
The kids worked on homework while I got presentable for the day and finished my last minute packing. Side note, I think my space saver bag has a hole in it. It still works, I just could hear the air woooshing out of it. We'll see how that will work when I head home! Anyways, I only accumulated a few things and some food. Not too bad. My friend Jo, from Canada and living in Saint Germain, helped me move my things. She was in ...
I finally left the apartment around 10am to head to work. Leaving at this time is pretty great because there is like no one trying to get to work at that time. I got a seat the whole way to Saint Germain this time!
When I got to school, I went to talk to administration about me skipping my last day of work before the Christmas holidays so that I can go home. The secretary understood that it's a whole lot cheaper to leave that week and ...