Bonne chance = good luck
Bonjour = good morning
Bon soir = good evening
Bonne nuit = good night
Bonne journée = have a good day
De rien = you're welcome
Pardon = excuse me
Bon appetite = enjoy your food (literally "good appetite")
S'il vous plaît = please
Merci = thank you
Merci beaucoup = thank you very much
Sortie = exit
These are the phrases I have sort of learned in Paris thus far. French pronunciation is difficult for me. Fiona makes fun of me constantly. Like SHE knows how to speak French... Anywho, when I get back to the states, I will blog about all our adventures and post the gazillions of pictures that have been swamping my phone. Pictures and notes help me remember the stories, soooo yeah. Stay tuned later on this week! I love pretending I have a following on this blog thing.
Just a little preview though...I love Paris. And I love it even more because I get to be here with some of my favorite people (i.e. Fiona, Grammy, & Daddy). If I keep going about Paris and my peeps, I'm not gonna be able to stop. So I'm zipping my lips for now.
It's in the PM in Paris so as a goodnight parting gift, here's a picture of someone who is back in good ol' Yuma, AZ and who I am missing quite a lot.
Ok, I miss him A LOT a lot.
Heck, here's one more just for good measure:
Isn't he so cute??
Oh, sorry, Grammy...Colton is super cute. Weston is HANDSOME.
She says that "cute" is for "teeny-boppers" and that Weston is "handsome!!!"
Yes, these are direct quotes from a texting conversation we had after Grammy got to meet Weston for the first time (via Facetime). He makes REALLY GOOD first impressions. Of course! I mean, with his good looks AND his sweet spirit...how could he not? Needless to say, Grammy loves him.
Fun stuff. K, bonne nuit.
Sonhe com os anjos! (That's Portuguese.)