You must be living out of your suitcases now.
I wonder if our prime minister will be at the airport to welcome these French refugees?....
"We know you've been through a lot, but you are home now. Welcome."
I'm not sure we're important enough for JT...although I would like to meet him. Yeah, it's our last weekend here as a family (I don't leave until the 24th...SS17 doesn't launch itself, you know) so we're dragging Wee up to the Talibar one last time. Of course, bribery of chocolate crepes is essential to getting her to do such things...
Bittersweet - the feelings this weekend, not the chocolate. What an incredible adventure it's been! And now a brand new adventure coming up. :)
I share in your feelings of loss. I was hoping to come visit in Annecy one more time before you moved home to Canada :)
You will have to bribe Wee with some beavertails or timbits once on a Canadian soil:)
Wee was quite out of sorts this weekend. For example, she didn't want to fall asleep as it would mean that once she woke up, she'd be that much closer to leaving. Funny, she didn't rebound as quickly as I had hoped when I told her that BC is full of bears, cougars, orcas, and bald eagles...but it's not like they eat little girls!
Tell her there are fairies and tutus, and princess dresses.
Looking forward to seeing you soon.
C'est quoi "crap" monsieur FB?
Hope we get to see you all soon!!
FYI, Will's about to be cut off, so he'll be looking for some child minding opportunities... will work for food and/or gas I predict :-)
... assuming he still has wheels
If he can promise to help teach my daughter to fish, he's got a deal!
He's actually great with teaching kids to fish.
Even some big kids who frequent AP!! :-)