Got a bit of a cold and am pretty tired after a randomly crazy last night with Hari and Eddie (and the gang), so just gonna be a quick entry to get up to date. The weather absolutely sucks at the mo, sooo grey and wet, like November basically and really starting to get depressing, especially with all these "goodbyes",but has been some really goodtimes this weekend (as well as 2200 words of essayage!). Oh and Muriel has offered me her house for a week of cat-sitting in August so that might be a good excuse to come back (especially as its the week of Perigueux's international festival of mime, Mimos)...but we'll see I should probably work...
Oh and Joe's exams are all finished, YAY! So have been able to have some nice relaxed proper chats with him lately, yay!!!
So yeah Katie arrived on Friday, was great to have her around this weekend, hear about her travels and stuff but she headed back for LA via Paris yesterday. :-(
Friday night was Hari's leaving party thrown by the surveillants at his school which was really funny, they put on some really good food, olives, ham etc, and then all rocked out to old English rock music, pretty entertaining. Saturday we laid in a bit and then Katie got her errands done to finish up in Perigueux while I got some serious essay writing done (this ones a literature essay on Racine). In the evening we all headed up to Claveille for a Eurovision party, took nibbles and drink and did a sweepstake and it was a really fun night, Eurovision always funny and, quelle surprise, we came bottom! but the France entry was cool. We ended up staying late reminiscing and Eddie had written a Perigueux song, was soo sweet and cool,ahhh the memories. Need to try and get a copy of the video of it. Lou stayed at mine too on Saturday night so on Sunday we had a chilled out day : chocolate milk, crepes, and nutella and baguette when we woke up at 12, an afternoon of essay, magazines and pic and mix, followed by pizza and Music and Lyrics in the evening. Lovely day.
My kids did some cute work yesterday and today for their correspondants in England. The younger ones wrote and decorated "My favourite things" letters and the older kids are working on a "My School" project, they're looking really good.
And yeah last night was Au Revoir to Eddie and Hari. But we sent them out with a true bang. Another amazing meal and some good wine at the Pataterie, followed by several giraffes at the Irish Corner, some random French talk with Guigui, Cecile and CEDRIC, a little stop at the fountain on the way home and me, Lou, Eddie and Hari did some crazy dancing at Claveille. Was super fun. Will miss everyone. But reuions are being planned across the world.