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Life in France: Day 14


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Day 14, October 7th

This blog brought to you on a French keyboard with frantic re-checking of my text to avoid errors. I’ve gotten better on it, but it’s still unfamiliar and odd to me.

Melanie is kindly letting me use her laptop, as it seems mine is having issues. Either the charger is dying and is the reason my laptop isn’t charging properly suddenly, or it overheated and needed a rest, which it is getting now. I hope it works out, otherwise online life will get much more complicated these next two weeks.

At the moment, I’m watching NCIS in French; four episodes of it. I think this is the last of the night, but who knows? I’ll see how it turns out.

Work consisted of lots of registering books again; I’m still working on finishing all that. It’s a lot more work than I expected, but it shouldn’t last much longer.

Aside from that, today was what I’d consider a “normal” day. Work, groceries and relaxing – with laptop stress in between. Watching NCIS is a good pass time, though, even if it is in French. NCIS and chatting with friends: The good life!

No writing today, but I have a weekend ahead of me. Let’s see how useful I can make it!

Author: Natasha McNeely

I'm a writer, reader, gamer and a dreamer. I love losing myself to thought and considering possibilities. That is how I create my stories and weave the erratic tales into readable ones.

3 thoughts on “Life in France: Day 14

  1. Hooray! Gibbs! Though it’s extra funny to think of that show in French. I’m not sure why it would be any different than all the other shows. Hopefully your laptop will be back in working order ASAP.


    • Gibbs is awesome! Besides, you don’t need language to understand him smacking Tony in the back of the head.
      It’s starting to look like the socket the charger plugs into (in the back of the laptop) is screwy; it only works if something pushes the thing in the exact right position.

  2. Pingback: Life in France: Day 15 | Natasha McNeely's Guide to The Beyond

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