Hotel des Ormes
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... and our adventure across the Baie de Seine. We paid our mooring fees (€28) which were very reasonable and then got a long shower before a quick jaunt into the town. When we got back I made a Mackerel Pate so all the fish we had caught did not go to waste not, we had bought a few groceries in a small convenience store in town to feed us for the night so we had the Mackerel Pate on French bread for starters followed by ...
... divisions that landed there. They laid wreaths on the monuments and all the current branches of the military there from France and America. Off in the distance, i could see paratroopers jumping out of planes over St Mere Eglise and they were "jumping into the sunset." The whole atmosphere is quite amazing and patriotic. I made a grave mistake by underestimating the cold. I forgot that the sun wasn't going to be up and that I would be on the beach! I was freezing but luckily ...
... afternoon we went exploring the area and found another site that was still open, so may try that one on Sunday. It is mainly walks along the front with no shops or arcades such as we would find in England but very nice all the same.
We had thunder and rain overnight, but it seemed a bit clearer after breakfast so we walked a couple of ...
... things. I figure I'll show her that someone does love her. I love her very much, and I try to tell her often, but I don't think she always believes me.
Yesterday afternoon was fun. Until Mom came home. She came in the door, yelling because they hadn't done all of their homework and because they hadn't put up their coats or shoes. Then she yelled at me for all of this. I explained to her what had happened with the homework. It's never been a requirement for them ...
I've been in the habit of making lists lately. So, I'm just going to keep rolling with it.
When I talk to all those lovely people back home, they usually ask me what happens every day/what my job actually entails. So I’ve come up with two ways to explain this. My first post on this subject is going to be a list of words/phrases I use every day and the context in which those words are said. ...