Anyone who has seen the weeds in my yard in person (or scrolls down to look at the photos) will chuckle to see that my garden has been featured in a British magazine for expats who live in France. And here is the article itself – probably too tiny for you to read. But never fear! You can buy your own… Read More
Here are some spring flower pictures for my Canadian friends, buried under mounds of snow. It’s not long in coming, I promise you! Everyone is happy that spring is here. Seriously. Everyone.
I have two things to tell you. The first is that I did well on my French test in order to become a citizen. I needed 160 out of 490 for both parts of the exam, and I got 455 on both. So that’s one thing down in French paperwork, a billion others to go. The second thing is that… Read More
Yesterday evening, the waning sunlight was so decadent in the garden, I had to run back inside to get my camera. Summer is pretty much over, isn’t it? And yet we’ve only had 5 red tomatoes all year. The snails and slugs did a number on the entire garden. I’m not sure these melons will ever ripen to where they need… Read More
Are you going to BlogHer in San José this year? I am. And I would love to meet you if you’ll be there too. (I’ll be flying low under the radar). 🙂 I’m actually not sure if I’ll keep going after this year. It’s fun, mind you, but I wonder if the money wouldn’t be better spent going to a… Read More
I have a faith post and a food post that I want to do, but there’s enough family news (and more) to make it a priority. Juliet got bangs. She’s quickly leaving the baby girl years and is heading into the murky waters of the pre-teen. Send chocolate. William is looking forward to finishing with maternal school and heading into… Read More