Tuesday November 1st, 2011


4 months!

Exactly 4 months in France. Can you believe it? It feels like yesterday! (This also means that we’ve been married for 6 months but this is not the subject of the blog, is it :))

What a better way to celebrate than to have your husband prepare lunch for you 😀

Kafta sandwich (called "Aarayiss" in arabic)

Accompanied by potatoes with coriander and garlic (delicious)

And celebrate a second time over diner and have the first burned pan! (the real celebration in here is not the diner itself but cleaning the thing afterwards :P) (I cannot tell you what we were cooking it will be pure humiliation).

When we were in Lebanon we used to nag that there isn’t anything much to do; if we want to go out we either have to go eat or go to the movies, and we used to envy our friends living in France because they have much more options.

Well guess what, you people still in Lebanon and envying us because we have a lot of night-out ideas: this is not true! It’s true that there are a lot of theaters, a lot of people singing, but it doesn’t mean that everything is worth watching or listening to! Usually the theaters are either musicals (we’ve tried these not long ago and we still remember how it felt), or comedies with jokes that only French (or people living in France for more than a year) would understand. Going to a pub or a bar and listening to someone singing is actually not a bad idea, but it happens mainly during the week end.

 So since we cannot go eat out (I will spare you the details), and we don’t feel like going to the movies (sitting on our couch in PJ’s is much more comfy), and we can’t do the other things because of the reasons I gave before, we decided to stay home and celebrate in privacy (and prepare the meal we will not be talking to you about) 🙂

See you tomorrow!

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2 Responses to “Tuesday November 1st, 2011”
  1. tania says:

    Well the whole difference is with having friends around, right????:P
    Miss u guys

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