I can't believe I'm doing this, but towards the end of the week I had to make the decision to not travel this weekend as today is France's version of Labor Day. That means that everything runs about as much as on Sunday so the country is on semi-shutdown for two days in a row.
At least I'm getting used to it.
It is four weeks until finals and five weeks until I go to England. I'm about halfway through my reading list now, having made myself just sit down and finish Wuthering Heights already.
This weekend is not to be completely wasted though. I've got a writing assignment for my general language class to do, Dracula to start, and my family finally requested White Chili for Sunday lunch. White chili sounds great I have to say for this weekend. Another good reason to not be traveling somewhere right now besides the lack of working things is the rainy forecast. All the wonderful, warm weather from this past week is gone unfortunately.
I'd say that is enough to keep me busy.
For the blog, I'm in the middle of coming up with two other lists. One concerns itself with my favorite "cheap" eats in Angers and the other is about what I will miss here. One of my Canadian classmates is right along with me and we spent all of dinner before Mardi Cafe talking about things we will be sorry to leave behind here. It is great that I've loved this place enough to have a list about it! It will also be something of an extension of an earlier post about 10 things in France I wish existed in the U.S.