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... memorable one, it was the best concert I have ever been to. I love all of my country artist and concerts, but they did not even come close. He is a genuine artist, with raw talent. He sang non stop during the concert and improvised all over the place. I had such a mix of emotions that night. There were moments tears, goosebumps, laughter, and I even caught my jaw hitting the ground a few times. haha. It was a blast singing along and dancing the night away with my girls! ...
... so be it.
Even at home this class has been proving irksome. Again, I know the programs. I know how to use them. However, for the project assignments they use an auto-grader. And it only accepts Microsoft 2013 submissions. Mac only has a 2011 version. Most home PC users have the 2010 version. I finally found a PC with 2013 -- at a school, go figure. And so used that to submit my assignments. I advised my teacher that I was going to be traveling abroad for 3 ...
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For dinner we met with a friend of mom's from high school who has lived in Paris for decades. We ate at a traditional Moroccan Restaurant that was so yummy and fresh! Some miscommunication caused a bit of a late start to the meal... but the wonderfulness of the lamb, chicken, pork, veggies, etc made up for it! The place had a ...
... checking that off our list, we were free to explore the enormous museum, trying to take it all in. The former palace would be amazing to visit and admire without a single piece of artwork or statue. The building itself is awe-inspiring, and as Abby searched each room for another bench to rest on, Matt and I stared at the ceilings, walls, doors, and windows, planning our next visit to Paris (without kids!) so we could spend some quality ...
... had her eye on a Mark Jacobs handbag. Tina just enjoyed taking it all in (it was a bit overwhelming). The store itself was so beautiful.
Dinner was Boeuf Bourguignon - delicious! Dessert was Mille Feuille - see the picture.
After dinner we went to the Eiffel Tower. Mrs. Rittler and Devon went midway. The rest went to the top. It was raining but it was a great evening! ...