Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
My middle school French couldn't keep up with Josie...as neither could I if I was trying to walk with her I imagine! The berret is lovely though...and it's great that she kept it on for a while.
Mr. Google is a great help for simple French phrases.
She would look right at home in Paris.
Your phasing is almost as cute as Josie. These post are so entertaining and I love.them.everytime. Thank you Vicki for sharing. Big hugs to Josie, xx
I was feeling kind of blue – it has been 3 months now since my husband passed, and then I was watching the News – that is also very depressing. Too early to go to bed so I thought to come to your blog to feel better and it did the trick! Here I found myself at home – in France! Oh la la, this little Josie est vraiment adorable! You need to give her French books so she can start learning for when she goes to Paris. Children have a part of their brain to learn foreign sounds and it closes at 6 years or so, then it becomes more difficult. Start by teaching her to count to ten in French. Mille baisers pour Josie.
This beret is darling, but less so than Josie.
You and Josie just made my day!
Vagabonde -- a very good idea! We'll start with numbers . . .
Adorable Josie avec son béret!"Une grenadine pour mademoiselle s'il vous plait"
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