4 thoughts on “Just another pretty day in Paris”

  1. I now disappear to look up several words I don’t understand on the French side. On the English side I am delighted to see the word ‘whorl’ … one which I use routinely to describe those pesky eddies that lurk beneath the surface ready to catch the blade of my oar when rowing and tip me in. My husband had never heard the word. This is what I love. Both native speakers of the same language and yet we have so much to learn from one another. I wish you another pretty day.

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    1. Yes, that’s a good one, and one that I realized I didn’t know how to pronounce–I’m not sure that I’ve ever heard it spoken! The English cards are the flip-side of the French cards. A pretty day to you, too.

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