Week 3: Through
1. In at one end, side or surface and out at the other. To pass through a tunnel, Sun came through the window.
2. Past, beyond. To go through a stop sign without stopping.
3. From one to the other of, between or among individual members. To swing through the trees, This book has passed through my hands.
4. Over the surface of, by way of, or within the limits or medium of. To travel through a country, to fly through the air.
5. During the whole period of, throughout. They worked through the night.
You can read how the project started here!
We loved :
the farmer’s markets,
the pool and the snacks,
the car trips (not so much!)
the friends in the pool,
and then, the plane. Because you have to come back at some point…
Thanks for looking xoxo
And we spent some days by the sea, on an island and then by a river. And it was awesome!
I had the luck to spend 6 weeks in France visiting families and friends. It was nice to catch up with everyone and much more pleasant than Skype calls!!
Here are just some of the highlights of the first part of our stay near Brittany (Nantes) where I am from (well I am born in Paris but my parents moved there when I was little). My daughter had a blast and improved her French tremendously! I was happy to take her to the Annual school Fair (“Kermesse”) because this is the school I went to and the first good memories with friends, dancing and acting silly while the parents were busy chatting! She loved seeing the kids dancing on stage, the costumes, the marching band, the games…
Next post: the beach!