Life in transition with Ray but without Rochelle, Rebecca, and Elcie. The blog title is taken from the girls' names but "roc" and "rebel" works for me too.
Mr. Pink is of French descent. I'll pass it on. I'm only French by marriage.
My ex-husband is French, does that count for me? Hahahaha, just kidding!
Nope ... not here!
The couple of years I spent in France taught me to just stay out of their way on that holiday. ec
Nope not French Ann, but very quick with edits, I had meant to mention browsers in the post, your comment reminded me so I added it in, sorry for the confusion the children were innocent.
We had a French exchange student for a summer both when I was young and then again when my children were in high school. We're still in touch!That's as French as I get!!!
People often thought I must be French when I was single because my maiden name (DuBonn)sounds French. However, the truth of it is I am almost 100% Polish from that side. My grandmother said she wouldn't marry my grandfather unless he changed his last name because she didn't want anyone to know she was marrying a Polish guy. How's that for family history?? My maiden name is totally made up, and the only ones in the entire USA (and dare I say the world) are in our little family. If my brother doesn't get around to having kids the name will die because he is the only son of my father who is also the only son. So, now you learned something new about me!
I'm French:-) That's my first language and growing up, I went to French schools and we only spoke French at home. My ancestors all came from France and Quebec...I was born right here in Ontario so I'm a French Canadian:-)
Hello Ann ~~ You remember all the important days, and all the newcomerbloggers. Must keep you very busy. No French in me, as brother Peter said.Thanks for comments and compliments.Take care, Merle.
Ju-bluI'm slow but I get there. Love the new dress.
Hey, I'd completely forgotten, but I do have an interest in things French.
I french kiss does that count :)
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