Conjugating Irregular Verbs
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23:19 PM October 23, 2012
This is the first blog I found interesting enough to follow on a regular basis. I have since found many more but Conjugating Irregular Verbs has remained my favorite! It is funny, interesting, and well written.
02:02 AM October 24, 2012
Aidan's lovely blog will give you all the ups and downs of living as an English speaker in France. Bonus: tons of delicious recipes to make at home.
11:24 AM October 24, 2012
Aidan is a beautiful writer. She takes you into France with her. To me, she is living a dream...a Texas expat living in France. I love to read about her Life in France and her sweet personal stories about her lovely family. Aidan's blog IS a "top blog!"
20:06 PM November 01, 2012
Aidan's blog is informative, fun, and with some tasty recipes. She is down to earth and tells us stories about the good times, but also about the disasters (often to do with bikes en famille...). It's a pleasure to read because it's so well written.
10:48 AM November 02, 2012
Aidan's fantastically insightful and well-written "Conjugating Irregular Verbs" is one of my daily reads. She has a way of sharing her experiences, her family life, and France in a way that I feel like she is just talking to me. Going to her blog makes me feel at home. And isn't that what all of us expats are essentially looking for?
01:18 AM November 07, 2012
Always a treat!
03:53 AM December 12, 2012
If I could only follow one blog by an expat in France, this would be it! Great insight into French culture, yummy recipes and an entertaining read - what more can you ask for?