Residence Maeva Le Mont d'Arbois
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... the country for four months loomed in the background.
Thanks to the empty window seat next to me, I settled into my Swiss Air flight thinking I was going to get some sweet shut eye. Unfortunately, I was wide awake... BUT it just meant that I got super excited about all of the airplane food I got to eat (never underestimate a packaged brownie from Switzerland), and I watched Boyhood (which I hear won a Golden Globe) - ...
... in that the food is very nice, and very rich, and we are pretty sick of it. Salads and soups are very popular with us during the day. Dinner we pick. We are cooks, cleaners, fixers, helpers, arrangers, shoulders, information service and general dogs bodies.Its not glamorous, or well paid. Be fair to say that PJ does the bulk of the work downstairs, and I mostly prep, cook, clean up stairs.
Saturday is a big day, with food prep, stores arriving by rat track, and ...
... confirmed she understood. So straight up the mini rope lift....and down the slope, skis straight flat out!!! There were two women today and one man. She likes the women instructors and went straight for one of them, who stopped her by giving her a massive hug and twirling her around. She had a big smile on her face! And so it went, the instructors yelling, "open Marni, ouvert! open".......swoosh and not a snow plough to be ...
... a child. His grandfather had converted it from a barn. The man who bought it from them died recently and the people next door are looking after it. They let us look through, so Renaud was very excited to see the scene of so many happy memories, including the door post with the heights of himself and his siblings and cousins marked on it. We ate lunch on the door ...
... laborers, and diplomats alike will abide by and choose to rule their lives; the rule which I most undoubtedly would never have learned if not for this experience, and by which I will govern my further actions and interactions for as long as I live,
20. Nobody - NOBODY - is above shoveling horse poop.
I could also make a big long list of all the things I learned about myself, but I'll spare everybody from the mushy, introspective details. All ...