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Jennifer - The Wiener, The Whiner, The Winer
Believe it or not, a great deal of thought goes into the decisions about what to blog, who writes it, and what we have to say. Most of you read this and probably imagine that there are a few friends and family reading our thoughts. The reality, however, is that we are so flattered by the 13,700 reads of our blogs since we started. This doesn't include the several thousand reads on FaceBook. We ...
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I worked really ******* this for my class. I made up all the sentences and my mom and I worked on the translation and pronunciation. Hopefully some of the kids in my virtual French class will see it.
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... The best tree trunks were tied together as huge rafts and taken down the Rhine to the Netherlands. A lot of wood was needed for the shipping industries in the Netherlands and for the glass and mining industries. So by the 17th century half of the forest had been cut down for industry and the region became less hostile. There are some mountains in the Black Forest- Feldberg 1493m, Herzogenhorn 1415m and Belchen 1414m. The Black Forest is owned in allotments by farmers ...
April showers bring may flowers they say and it rained the entire 2 1/2 hour drive to Colmar France. We wanted to see the Easter market and it was definitely something to see. There were all sorts of stalls and even baby rabbits, chickens and some unusual birds which I had never seen or ...
... will never eat cheese again. It certainly did have a strong smell, much more pungent than all the other cheese houses we have visited.
Traci and Nathan thought we would treat the children to a surprise dinner at a recently opened 1950s diner we saw on our first trip to Sarrebourg. Unfortunately when we arrived, very hungry, we were unable to get a seat :( So tonight we settled for an easy meal at home and we will try again tomorrow for ...