Hello, Two things have already changed for this month…Hey, let’s be flexible!
Dear all, Now that the children are back in school and the family has left the house, it’s time to get over the holidays and into the New Year! I propose 3 ways to do it.
Come to a very different Chinwag! For everybody! Here’s a message from Connie and Aurelie, our special guests on Friday morning at Carabistouilles, 10 AM.
Hello newcomers and longtime residents of France, Our next café will be held on Thursday October 17 from 9 am to 11 am in lovely Orgeval, about 15 minutes from Saint Germain en Laye. A new restaurant called CARABISTOUILLES just opened, « place de l’église », which is in the heart of Orgeval. Try to park nearLire la suite « « So French » café in Orgeval, Thursday October 17 from 9 -11″
Let’s talk about French customs and culture. What is « so french »? Et si on parlait de la culture et des habitudes françaises à nos amis qui ne connaissent pas bien la France?
Dear all, Danielle and I were very pleased with the number of people who came on Thursday. It was a great success to celebrate the inauguration of our association. I personally found the reunion to be very exciting because it was fun to meet new people and to be together. It was welcoming and warmLire la suite « First café meeting, thank you for coming! Merci! »
Bonjour! Je suis pleine d’émotions aujourd’hui. Des négatives mais surtout des positives…mais rassurez-vous, je vais me concentrer uniquement sur le positif. Pourquoi me rendre malade avec le négatif?! ça ne sert à rien. Et puis je n’ai plus le droit de râler (n’est-ce pas Christine?). Positivons!!! Alors,
Today is Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday, Shrove Tuesday! It’s also a day of major striking here and I have my kids home with me. So this one will be short. I wanted to educate my kids about Mardi Gras today by showing them some fun parades around the world. Well, after doing some research onLire la suite « Happy Fat Tuesday! »
There is a subject that I am passionate about. Bilingualism (try saying that fast many times!) of course but especially biculturalism or interculturalism. Confusing all these -sms… We are so proud to be a bicultural family. Our children go to a wonderful school and are learning to read and write in English as well asLire la suite « Third Culture Kids »