My husband sings in the car…in French. It’s too sexy!
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My husband does not sing in any language… I am envious, but he calls me baby names in Dutch which is also wonderful!
I’m also a little envious, too, as my husband won’t sing in any language either.
From the photo itself — I keep telling my husband that the “razor stubble” look is sexy (think Brad Pitt, et al), but I don’t think he believes me. :-)
Totally irrelevant to the photo (I do not have a singing husband either, for the record) but I’ve been meaning to tell you something for a long time. I don’t know if you are planning to eventually work for the education nationale in France, but I’m pretty sure you do have to be a French or EU citizen to be allowed to sit for the exams. I really thought I was going to do the same thing at one time – and then I was a little shocked when I read the conditions and learned I would have to become a citizen of France, and that would take a certain amount of time. I suggest you get started on the paper work.
I’m really happy for your family being back in France. It seems like you are where you belong ;-).
I’am pleased for you that you are showing happy things in your blog.
The simple pleasures of life and of being a family together.
I’am thinking postive thoughts for you and your family; I know that things will get better for you all.
See you again soon,
Jessica, I think you are right about that. I don’t think it is fair.
I am planning on becoming French within the next two years so it won’t affect me so much.
However, it is not right because then I can see others becoming French just for this reason and not because they want to be French. If you have the right to live and work in France then you should be able to sit for these types of exams.
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