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... in French that doesn't grind my nerves.
Although, I absolutely detest being called "jeune fille" (young girl/lady). You would think with such an old language, the French would be able to come up with a few more words other than fille which means lady, girl, and daughter all at the same time. I'm not 6 or 12 or even 18. Just stop.
Women: For the most part, it is socially acceptable (and ...
... France. I just wanted to make you wait a bit longer.......
Houston, I'm coming for you! I found out yesterday evening that I was awarded the position with PAIR. I start the 15th of July!
Had anyone told me before I left in January that I would be moving back to Texas, I would have said they were nuts. But, I am really excited about this opportunity to work with refugee youth and be back to Tex-Mex!
... and I don't know if it will come across as funny over text. But essentially, we were leaving the school one day and the mother of one of his best friends was walking through the door. Instead of politely saying hello and thank you for holding the door, he flashes a smile and with a nod of his head says, "Hi, Marion!" Then, he continued walking as if that was okay to do, and I was left to profusely apologize.
Conversations with Raphaelle
While she does say funny ...
... maybe I could find some swing dance bars to semi-fill the need, but I haven't run into one of those either. Granted, I haven't searched too hard.
-Warm weather: I know all of you back home are waving your fists at me for this one. But I LOVE being warm. I'll take sweltering in the sun to shivering in the cold any day. Granted, it's nice to have seasons, but there's a point where "mild" weather is just not enough anymore. The ...
... and undoes it because they just got home from work and don't know the situation. But multiply this times a thousand, because remember, you live with them.
-They know every little mistake that you make. Did you scratch the car on your first day taking the kids by yourself because you got lost and French streets are narrow and windy and you weren't used to driving manual? You can be sure the kids ...
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