So this is my roommate's last week before she returns to Germany. Today was our final "trip" together, as we went to the neighboring town of Lunéville to visit a fellow colleague. This photo was taken in the "Jardins des Bosquets" next to the Château de Lunéville.
[shirt= H and M; skirt=Zara; Boots=Andre; Earrings=Pangaea in Nashville, TN; scarf=Urban Outfitters; leggings and white jacket=Forever 21]
But then I will steer back to my original topic: the end of our time in France as language assistants. Yesterday, my roommate heard me blabbing about things that I have missed from the USA. They go as follows:
My roommate then responded, "I think we are spoiled that we can't even go one day without stores being open." "Good Point," I said, which then made me realize that's what I like about France--less stress, less working hours, more relaxation. Then she asked, "Well, what do you think you will miss about France?" I will be better equipped to answer that question after I return to the USA and experience reverse culture shock. However, I will attempt to answer it ahead of time:
"Passport Smiles" ? I can answer that for you and say, "HESS YESS! It has been wonderful living in France!"
P.S.= I realize that most of the things I like/miss can be summed up as people, food, drink and shopping. Yes, I really am that simple