W is for Waiting #AtoZChallenge

W is for Waiting

waiting for the bus
waiting for it to snow
waiting for the second pink line
waiting for a yes, for a no, an answer
waiting for a green light
waiting for the rain to stop
waiting to be admitted to university Continue reading “W is for Waiting #AtoZChallenge”

V is for V #AtoZChallenge

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 accent, I really don’t think that I did, it was just different than what I had before leaving. When I moved to England a few years later most people said that I had an American accent, except for my very French pronunciation of “oops” and “Hermes”. Continue reading “V is for V #AtoZChallenge”