Bonjour Sara Louise,Wow, it looks like they're closing in on you! I remember when I was a tourist... Thanks for your sweet comment. I really do appreciate when someone takes the time to share an award, but somehow the weeks (months) fly by. Merci! and be careful out there!!Mimi
hi Sara. I just found your blog via BonjourRomance's blog page. I lived in Germany for a time and let's just say that learning French is wayyyyy easier than learning that crazy Deutsch!!! Following you now!
All we need now is to have a picture of them, taking a picture of you, trying to get in on the quintessential look into a petite villager's life. That or them walking through the streets like zombies. Either way I'd get a good giggle.
OMG, you do need to move! Or start selling Le Patty Melts for a some extra francs, er euros.Truth be told I wish I was a tourist there. I'd bring the Old Bay. xo Jane
Whoah, that is indeed right outside your window. But a lovely window it is. :)
You should definitely set up an authentic petit village vente de limonade and collect some tourist dollars.
I think you should start an English tour of Le Petit Village. They'd pay for the "authentic villager" showing them, and especially in English!
Just thinking of your readers scratching their heads and thinking " like Donkey Kong"???Thank God you didn't get into the slap your grandma part!
if you think that le petit village is bad in the summer, you should see jersey, you try and get a car parking space for the beach. no chance its filled with hire cars! you try and go out for dinner. no chance 'can you wait about an hour' (said in a polish accent). xxx p.s i dont think i say enough how much i enjoy your blog! xx
HAHAHAHAHA!!!! you is funny :P
Saying "It's on like donkeny kong" is like an addiction... you have to say it!!! Love the picture... bring on tourist season!
Okay stop shaving your armpits and stand at the window topless....at some point they will park the bus somewhere else.
Do you hide out when they go past your window? Maybe you should try setting up a lemonade stand.
That's hilarious...may the force be with you :)I used to love picking out all the tourists in NYC with their jumbo cameras and maps and cramps in their necks from staring at all the skyscrapers. Now I live in Colorado and I don't get that joy anymore, so don't take it for granted...LOL!!
ha ha i love 'on like donkey kong' it makes me laugh too.
So much for open windows! Hope you keep the doors locked or you could have houseguests...