Monday, January 19, 2015

French course...







Bonjour! French course is a tough business... I'm exhausted. Shot! Slammed? Wiped out. But the good thing is I woke up the other day thinking in French. That is a good sign.

The home is falling apart with no order what so ever. We barely survive at this point. My Mom is here to help with school departs in the mornings as I have to leave home before 7am... The mountains and Lausanne is a pretty view as  I walk to school from the train station... Jay is on a business trip to New Zealand... We do what we have to do and slowly we are finding a new routine.

We snuggle up, watch TV (Once upon the time... ) and surf the Internet. We go to bed early, make stews and soups that we eat for multiple days in a row. We let things be. Including half eaten apples left on the living room table together with the latest Lego engineering's by Luca... Charlie the cat seem to enjoy sleeping on tables pretty much everywhere in the house. now when no one tells him to get down.

There is not much time for blogging. Not much time for anything. But I'm getting there. Little by little. I finished the pattern for the new scarf. IT will be listed this week. Yes!

Bare with me on these busy days. I will soon get back to normal blog routines. And maybe, just maybe, I will throw out that half eaten apple in the compost today.

Kärlek
Annette





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20 comments :

  1. Love your honesty in this post - so refreshing to see in blog land. All the best with your French, mon amie, look forward to seeing the scarf! X

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  2. Sounds like life as it is. What a beautiful cat Charlie is.

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  3. Keep going, it will be worth it in the end! (I was advised to leave my French evening classes, many years ago now, nothing would stay in my brain!) :) xxx

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  4. Thank for wonderful andcute pictures, have a good day, greetings from Warsaw,anna

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  5. hej
    fick syn på din vackra filt. Har i planerna en filt och mönstret på din verkar fint.
    Hur har du virkat?
    Önskar dig en fin vecka!
    ~M~

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    1. Tack för mönsterbeskrivning.
      ha en fin fortsättning på veckan!
      ~M~

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  6. Helt plötsligt kommer alla minnen tillbaka - franska verb, L'ecole Lémania o Lausanne... Längtar tillbaka! Lycka till /Jennifer

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  7. Ah, but enjoy it, the chaos will be brought under control later!

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  8. It sounds as though you're working really hard, well done you! Hang on in there, it will all be worth it I am sure. CJ xx

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  9. :) My cat has taken to sleeping on little tables too! No idea why - surely they can't be more comfortable than a chair? x

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  10. Your photos are fantastic and although you may not be happy with the half eaten apple in years to come this will bring back long forgotten memories. It's good to document it all. Waking up thinking in French... it's all working out fine, the house and routine will survive, well done you is what I say :)

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  11. Acredito que ela esta pensando lugar melhor que minha casa,só a minha casa.Beijo Annette.Valéria.

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  12. French is such a beautiful language. Good luck, Meredith

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  13. Life always gets in the way of plans...and a clean house! ;D Bravo on learning another language.

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  14. Hej Anette.
    Fransk er et skønt og flot sprog men også mega svært. Tag et lille skridt ad gangen og du vil nå i mål. Jeg følger din blog og den er så inspirerende, og så hæng endelig.
    Held og lykke med dine projekter

    Anita

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  15. Beautiful photo !!!
    In the family it looks calmly:-)
    I wish you success in the studio !!!

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  16. Guess that´s life, isn´t it?
    Life used to strike me like this many times and I always ended up making myself more restrictions or bad feelings. But I do not since I read what you wrote about your father a couple of weeks ago.
    "3 To-Do´s on the everyday-list are enough". I am really thankful for this advice. Such a simple thing but I never thought of it like this. I used to do one thing after another without leaving some time and energy for myself. Now there´s a piece of cake for me, too ; )
    And of course there are days when these 3 To-Do´s only mean:
    Let things be, let things be, let things be.
    Don´t rush, Anette, have a nice time.
    Angela

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  17. Hang in there, sometimes we just can't do more then live the moment.

    Kind regards,
    Lianne

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  18. Still, so, much, in, awe!! Thinking in French makes my mind boggle. I don't know how you do it, but it's amazing that you do :)

    S x

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Kärlek
Annette

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