Or so the poet tells us; and it should be March that “stirs the dancing daffodil”. However, in this part of France where inordinate hosts of insects in varying sizes, shapes and colors live eleven mouths out of the year … Continue reading
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On November 25, 2011 Americans celebrated that lovely holiday of giving thanks and eating turkey. In honor of the day we invited the two American students at the College (which boasts of students not only from England and France but … Continue reading
A year and a half ago my husband and I moved our ever growing family from Belgium, where we lived as graduate students, to France. We came to live at a Catholic boarding school located in the idyllic French countryside. … Continue reading