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... my face was layers on top of layers! (I could feel my pores clogging and my dermatologist disapproving HAHA). After I had my face completely painted white I started with my eyes by first applying some eyeliner. Then I used the black paint because it was easier to apply on the white and then I smudged some black eye shadow on top of that! I think the hardest part was trying to draw the line running down my eye, but I managed. I even ...
... t really hung out with her much. Alejandro and I tried getting Laura to come to the bar afterwards, but she said she couldn’t. We always try to get her to come LOL. She said Friday she would, so we’ll see.
After the ceremony a bunch of people went to this bar, Le Floor, but we left after 5 minutes mostly because it was still early and we wanted to find some food. We all walked to a Kebab place for dinner ...
... break because after an hour and a half I'm in need for a cup of coffee!
Today in Change & Project Management we had to form a group and think of an issue that could change. I'm in a group with Ellie, this girl from Russia (vasilisa), 2 french students (Malvina & Claire) and Odeta from Lithuania. For our assignment we choose the internet/technological addictions with the younger generation since it was an ...
It took around a half hour to drive into Nancy a historic city with a world heritage site in it's centre. Before we explore we have to find wifi, we have a lot to catch up on! MacDonalds have a MacCafe, that will do. Two hours later, blogs updated, emails checked and sent and family and friends 'ice bucket challenges' viewed, we head for the tourist info. The main square, Place Stanislas is wonderful, it is considered one of the most beautiful royal places ...
... all craving hearty milk with chocolate, as Jean had served us every morning while in Paris.
I grabbed a plate, a cup and a bowl and headed over to check out. Harlea went first, then Lina, and then I followed. The cashier marked the items so quickly, that I learned we have to ask for the bags before she's done registering everything, so we have time to bag our items, pay, and leave. We held up the line quite a bit... but at least we got groceries!!