Tuesday, June 29, 2010

A weekend in the life...

This weekend was pretty quiet and relaxing! Most of the people in our group went to marseille for the weekend, so there was only a few people left to hang out with. Butthe cool people who stayed in Chambery went to the lake on Saturday. The girls who were at the beach laid out and got some nice tanning time in. I do not have the patience to lay in the sun and feel my pale skin burning :) instead I played frisbee for 2 or 3 hours and got in the lake a couple of times..however boring this may seem to other people it was a great way to spend the day! After hours a the lake we went back and we made dinner, a mix of enchiladas and fajitas; it was delicious! Then we went to O'Cardinals to watch the US loose to Ghana. Me and Sam were leaving to go run after Ghana scored the second time and everyone in the pub started chanting USA to try and get us to stay. That was pretty much the highlight of my wonderful Saturday!
Sunday, I went to church, to lunch, and then to the pool. The pool is pretty nice and is only a block away from our dorm. But the men have to wear something tight to get into the pool like a speedo for example :/ a guy in our group had swim trunks on and couldn't get in the pool. After the pool we watched a movie "rock and rolla" with Gerard Butler. And the last thing I did before I went to bed was my homework. And those were the highlights of my fabulous weekend.  


  1. Sounds like fun to me. Glad you are having a nice time. We are going to see Eclipse this weekend and wish you were coming with us but we also wish we were having fun with you in France!

  2. hey there. for some reason this is the first time i've seen your blog. great idea! you may think of honing your skills and becoming a writer one day. anyway...i feel like i'm with you and i appreciate the time you are taking to share with "us"! though i'm sure it's cathardic and helps to retain the memories. that's funny about the guy's at the pool. so they encourage lasciviousness? :) lue

  3. I'm glad you have found my blog! I am blogging instead of keeping a journal of events and since it's on the Internet I may not loose the memories.

  4. I think you had a wonderful weekend. Of course being Nana I liked that you went to church. It makes me feel good that you are also meeting other people that love God and have that spirit about them.
    Thank you so much for keeping us updated. We can see some of the experiences that we may never have through your pictures and writings.
    Love you Angel