Happy Independence Day, USA!

-+*See you in two weeks!!!

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The True North strong and free!

-+*Happy Canada Day to my Canadian friends and to those who just love all things Canadian (like me)! I’ve been listening to the national anthem (in English and French, of course) and poking around canada.com for a while now. This linguistics-related article was interesting: Canuck-speak like learning a new language Oh, Bob & Doug, I’ve […]

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How much does your best friend love you?

-+*Mine sent me this, and it was a total surprise because he had never sent me anything before: Bradley, I miss you so much. But see you (and the unicorns!) in July!!!

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Multilingual is always better than monolingual

-+*From the New York Times: Nashville Won’t Make English Official Language By ROBBIE BROWN Published: January 22, 200 Nashville voters on Thursday rejected a proposal to make English the city’s official language and largely to prevent government workers from communicating in other languages. The proposal was introduced by Eric Crafton, a metropolitan councilman. It was […]

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It’s been one full day.

-+*Hey, why isn’t the world fixed yet?

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Appareil à Hot Dog

-+*I saw this at Darty tonight and it made me laugh. A hot dog in a baguette is just wrong.

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Thank You Mommy & Daddy

-+*We received our Christmas packages from my parents! The only thing I really wanted was books from Amazon.com, but for some odd reason, they were shipped from New Zealand instead of the US. If you’re bad at geography, just know that New Zealand is as far away from France as you can possibly get on […]

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Just another Thursday

-+*The day I always feel the most homesick is almost over. I’m ready for Christmas season in more ways than one. Happy Thanksgiving to those who celebrate it, and especially to those who can’t.

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I don’t say this often, but today I really mean it.

-+*I’M PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN!

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French Jack-o’-Lantern

-+*Auchan was selling pumpkins this week, so I had to get one. I was surprised they even had them considering how small their Halloween costume section is. And their Halloween candy aisle is just non-existent. There was a huge section for chrysanthemums though, for la Toussaint* – which I stupidly didn’t get when I first […]

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