Sunday, 7 November 2010

Il pleut des cordes


It has been raining all weekend. I learnt a new idiom to help me out with describing this - "Il pleut des cordes", which means literally "It's raining ropes". It will hopefully be more help than the supposed English idiom of "It's raining cats and dogs, which I have never heard used outside of English language textbooks. 

Anyway, I spent this weekend... pottering around house. I found an old coffee table in the garage, which is full of old furniture people don't want, and decided to rearrange my room. Et voilΓ .

Newly painted furniture and bedside lamp.


New (old) coffee table, with coffee and computer.




The view from my door, looking inwards.


 My sofa bed.



My American penpal is coming to visit in less than three weeks!!! It's hard to believe that the sender of emails, - some one line long, some going on for paragraphs, some arriving within hours, others taking weeks - is going to appear in my life as a real person. We've only spoken on Skype once, and I saw a blurry picture of her about a year ago, but there's no way I could recognise her. But... I love showing off Paris. I feel proud, as if I have some claim over the city. I plan to be a tourguide par excellence.

A bientot.

Eden.

1 comment:

  1. I know how you feel, it was the same when I was there. Enjoy as much as you can. It's a beautiful city and full of memories that I will keep with me forever!
    I hope all is well your way and that I will get to see you back in the UK in December. I don't know your plans but just wanted to see on your blog what you are up to these days!
    Bisous ma petite biche
    Tullie

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