In France: A World Cup Story — 19 Comments

  1. I love that nobody knew you were American. The first time I went to France, for business, I had too many people come tell me that either they loved or hated Americans. It was when Bush was pres so um, yeah. What an amazing trip and I so miss the days when I was able to eat and stuff without any money…
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  3. Just discovering your blog thanks to a comment you left on Pam’s Whatevs blog. 🙂 I love this post, especially because I spent almost 20 years growing up in France, as a British-American. I love your conscious and brave decision to leave the comfort of your book and delve into community life, which allowed you to go from a foreigner to one who belonged in some way. You remind me that belonging is so often about our own attitude.
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