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Some observations

and some more random updates on my weekend

sunny 15 °C

1. The French have annoying yappy little dogs who prance around like they own the place.
2. There are way more hairdressers in Perigueux than its small population could ever possibly need.
3. The French don't understand the concept of traffic lights very well: if there's a green man it should be safe to cross i.e. NO CARS!


Housewarming chez Lou and Lynn was awesome, very funny. Shots from candle holders. We need to find somewhere for dancing soon though.

Had a nice liein this morning, then went out for burgers and a glass of wine for lunch. Got a funny postcard from George; he'd gone to the trouble to write all the 'h's a la francais even addressing it to Lucy 'awker :-) . Am also happy to have heard from several people that they are enjoying reading my blog; I hope I keep doing enough fun/interesting/Frenchy stuff to keep it worth-reading. I was saying to Molly and Joe last night how cool it is at the moment that even if I have a sort of lazy, not-much-happening kinda day, I still feel kinda good because, well, I'm living in France, and thats kinda something to feel proud and grateful for. Hope to make the most of the Toussaint week and a half holidays coming up by travelling around the little towns in the area (and maybe Bordeaux/Toulouse) and taking lots of photos naturally! Also if I am going to truly feel like a good person (/if I want any chance of not totally fluncking (sp?) my degree in a year and a half) I need to start doing some Uni work. Every day.

Not going to be a happy bunny when Joe goes :-( . Parents are coming next week though so thats cool, looking forward to showing them my new little life and they're bringing me some more stuff from home! Next week I'm going to talk to my schools about having 21st December/weekend of Alex's birthday off.

Oxford mateys are going to bop tonight, and Jo is djing on behalf of Jucy. :-(

Rugby for us: Come on England!

Posted by LHsugarsugar 09:56 Archived in France

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