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- Welcome 2018 -" Au Revior" 2017 - A year full of fun, love, family & travel 1 month ago Photo ReviewWe started off ringing in the New Year with a quiet celebration. Later on in the month we celebrated 2 birthdays - Turning 16 years old and adding an official teenager to the house. These girls keep me on my toes between their activities and social life! Our two kittens turned 6...
- Blending Traditions - Celebrating Christmas in France 2 months ago Christmas in FranceFor us Christmas is France is about blending traditions. For me, it's passing down my American traditions and adding the French ones. Now, honestly many of these Christmas traditions are very similar but other traditions in France are definitely unique to this country.If...
- Cognac & Pineau - A visit to JLP Cognac Pasquet - Organic Producer 2 months ago A family-run production - Domaine Jean-Luc PasquetOn a cold but sunny day in November a group of us from my women's club headed 2 hours North to the Cognac region. We were all interested in learning more about Cognac and our local drink pineau. We arrived at Domaine Jean-Luc Pasquet in the late...
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14:06 PM April 08, 2013
As a French teacher, this blog is invaluable to helping give my students a more personalized view of French life! Wonderful pictures and commentaries on the cultural similarities and differences! Merci mille fois!
13:30 PM May 03, 2013
I am a fellow expat mom in Germany and I love reading this blog! It makes me realize how I am not alone in my expat parenting adventures!
15:59 PM June 18, 2014
Hello Jennifer, I went through the same transition, in this case in the USA and understand you totally. Your comments on your blog are accurate. I am a French expat living in the USA with my American husband and we are looking at moving back to France in the region of Bordeaux Your comments about moving to France are valuable for my husband and myself as a French person (been away for 34 years) - I am sure there will be some adjustment to go through. Thank you for your insightful reporting.