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- Se donner de la peine pour faire quelque chose 4 days ago Cabanon and field of fennel near the town of Orange. se donner de la peine pour faire quelque chose : to go to a lot of trouble to do something Click here to listen to the following sentence in French Il s'est donné beaucoup de peine pour réussir. He went to a lot of trouble to succeed. A DAY...
- Atterrissage: Made it to The Mile-High City! Winetastng today 1 week ago Thanks to The Vineyard Wine Shop for this photo montage. Today's tasting is from 3-6p.m. 261 Fillmore Street, Denver, CO 80206. Tel : 303 355 8324 We look forward to seeing you there! Today's word: un atterrissage : touchdown, landing A DAY IN AN AMERICAN LIFE La Ciotat to Denver On est...
- Se pointer: to show up 2 weeks ago Come see Jean-Marc and me! We'll be in Denver next week, for a wine tasting of Provence and Chateauneuf du Pape wines that Chief Grape exports to Colorado. This event will take place September 13th from 3 to 6 PM at The Vineyard Wine Shop, 261 Fillmore Street, Denver, CO 80206. Tel : 303 355...
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20:39 PM November 23, 2012
I follow several expat blogs, but I think Kristen's (sp?) is the first one I found. I'm not even sure if I can vote more than once, but I have to give a shout-out to her blog! She has written so personally about her life, I feel as though she were my very best friend who is sharing her life with me over a cup of coffee. I love how her mother chimes in from Puerto Vallarto, and her husband makes a regular appearance on the blog too. I feel like I could show up at their house and be welcomed, even though she only knows me from my comments (and I promise not to!!! I would never stalk her like that!) But that's a tribute to the warm, inviting way she chronicles her adventures being married to a Frenchman, owning and operating a vineyard, raising French/American children, and settling into life in France.