V is for V When I speak English I have a very strange accent. A mixture of American and British English depending on the words spoken and the people I talk to. When I moved to France and came back to the USA to visit a year later, everyone said that I had a British … Continue reading V is for V #AtoZChallenge
If we were having coffee, then I would greet you with a smile and a hug. I would propose that we sit down for a warm cup of tea and a chat. You would probably ask me a whole lot of questions, which is understandable seen recent events here in Paris. I would assure you … Continue reading If we were having coffee 21 November 2015
This place prominent in movies and books, visited by tourists and Parisians alike, just looked, just looked well, shabby, run down, outdated.
Oma, Omi, Omama short for Großmutter or Großmama, are the names that are given to Grandmothers in German speaking countries, and I have over the years found out that people with a German grandmother, or one of German origin tend to call her "Oma" too. The term Oma is often used to describe an elderly woman in … Continue reading O is for Oma – A to Z Challenge April 2015