Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow! Actually, please stop…

Woke up to this:

Did not expect that much snow. I could have sworn the forecast just said flurries.

I have to give oral exams tomorrow at the university and I have a feeling I’ll need to take the bus. If this van couldn’t get out of its parking spot, my car is doomed.

At least the trees are pretty.

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  • Jamie

    It’s totally gorgeous, at least! I still don’t get why they can’t seem to handle snow here when they get it every year, though.

  • Jamie

    It’s totally gorgeous, at least! I still don’t get why they can’t seem to handle snow here when they get it every year, though.

  • http://ausoleillevant.blogspot.com/ au soleil levant

    I love it!! Love the pics, love the snow. I know though that snow is a real pain in the butt in France, so I’m sorry about that. But I still love all the snow!
    .-= au soleil levant´s last blog ..Resolutions and Realities =-.

  • http://ausoleillevant.blogspot.com au soleil levant

    I love it!! Love the pics, love the snow. I know though that snow is a real pain in the butt in France, so I’m sorry about that. But I still love all the snow!
    .-= au soleil levant´s last blog ..Resolutions and Realities =-.

  • http://www.correresmidestino.com/ Zhu

    That’s quite a lot actually. Looks like Canada at the very beginning of the winter, or in late April when snow is almost gone.

    The snow bank in front of the house is officially taller than me (5’7)!

  • http://www.correresmidestino.com Zhu

    That’s quite a lot actually. Looks like Canada at the very beginning of the winter, or in late April when snow is almost gone.

    The snow bank in front of the house is officially taller than me (5’7)!

Why is Jennie no longer in France?

I created this blog in September 2006 when I moved to France from Michigan to teach English. Many of the earlier posts are about my personal life in France, dealing with culture shock, traveling in Europe and becoming fluent in French. In July 2011, I relocated to Australia to start my PhD in Applied Linguistics. Although I am no longer living in France, my research is on foreign language pedagogy and I teach French at a university so these themes appear most often on the blog. I also continue to post about traveling and being an American abroad.

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