Le Blog in the Upcoming Months

My poor little blog has been neglected lately.  I’ve managed to get out a few posts this summer, but slow Internet (not anymore though!!), busyness, life events, and quite frankly, a lost desire to blog have led to many fewer posts than what I would like.  However, I do want to finish out this blog since it’s a commitment I made to myself (I want to get it printed into a book as a memento), my family and friends, and future assistants who have been reading it to get helpful information.

I started my teaching job today–eek!!–and I have no doubt I am going to have much less time and going to be much more stressed.  But I definitely have at least a few more posts that I want to get out, so I’m going to do my best, although I make no promises as to when I’ll finish.  Maybe I won’t finish up until my two-week break at the beginning of October… who knows?

If you are going to be participating in TAPIF this coming year, feel free to comment with any questions you have, and I’ll be able to respond to them quickly.  Also, if you have any ideas for blog posts that would be helpful, I might even find the time to get a few more of those out.

The posts I’m planning on writing yet are:

  • my trip to Prague
  • my trip to Vienna
  • pictures from my last few months in Nice

I also have some posts already written and saved as drafts, so a few random, where-did-that-come-from posts might be sprinkled in there as well.  And who knows, maybe I’ll get bitten by the blogging bug again and will do a bunch before I say sayonara… I guess time will tell.

So until next time…


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4 thoughts on “Le Blog in the Upcoming Months

  1. Aunt Clare

    Hope the first day went well. xxoo

  2. Kelsy

    Hi, again, Kelsey,
    I have another question: I think I remember you writing that you had used Free Mobile with your smart phone. I don’t have a smart phone in the US, but I’m thinking it might be good to have one while I’m abroad in large part for directions in case I get lost. With Free, can you still access the internet when you’re outside of France? Are there extra charges when traveling outside of the country? Thanks!

    • I didn’t have a smartphone before I went to France, either (except for a few weeks before I left), and I am SO glad I had one while I was there. There are higher charges when you’re outside the country, for placing calls, sending texts, and using data, but it’s nice to know you have it for an emergency and can call, text, or use 3G. It’s also really nice that you can carry a smartphone with you all the time (as opposed to a tablet) and use the free WiFi that’s all over.

  3. Loretta

    I hope you do put this all in a book! How exciting for your children and grandchildren to read. I told your Grandpa McGreer he should do this because of all the stories he has, but I know he hasn’t. Maybe when you have T-I-M-E you can have him tell them to you and you can write them down. Wouldn’t that be wonderful for future McGreers? Love, Loretta

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