Wednesday, June 6, 2012

French Blog Link Up--It's Your Turn

There are many great Francophile and expat bloggers out there; some I read religiously, learn from, am inspired by. And some, I'm happy to say, have become real-life friends.

I'd like to hear from all of you so I've created this link up where you can share your favorite French themed blog. 


It's all about sharing the love, touting someone who you think adds something creative, beautiful, inspiring or fun to your love of France. You can add your own blog if you'd like. I'm sure you're full of creative, beautiful and inspiring things yourself.


I'll start with one of the blogs that challenges and supports me in my daily struggle to speak the language I find myself surrounded by. I have that Coldplay song running through my head all the time, 'They're talking in a language I don't speak, and they're talking it to me.'

I can't wait to see what blogs ya'll add.

20 comments:

  1. Fun! I've linked Ella's blog, Tales from the Chambre de Bonne because I'm completely hooked on it :)

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    1. Thanks, Sara, I've been enjoying this blogger since you mentioned it.

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    2. Thanks Sara Louise!!! So sweet!

      I've added Mary-Kay's Out and About in Paris. Those of you who don't know it, check it out. It's the blog that I send to my friends who are coming to Paris and want to go to places off the beaten path. MK has got her thumb on the pulse!

      ..And I wanted to say hello to Aidan. I don't think we formally "blog" met. Bonjour!

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    3. Ella,
      Oh, this all makes me so happy! I love your blog too. It is so sharp and funny, esp when you, like I do, make mistakes. The language ones are the best!
      I think your idea of the nutshell page with links is brilliant.
      Thanks for sharing and for formally saying a 'blog' hi!
      bisous,
      aidan

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    1. I love to keep up with you and LPV, too.

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    2. Sara,
      Thanks Miss Priss.

      Mem,
      She's even more fun in person...but her voice is just the same.
      aidan xo

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  3. I put up mine and Nicky's - she's a Brit in Paris.

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  4. ...who makes pretty things. (I hit publish accidentally).

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    1. Thanks Kirsty. I'm so excited to have new people to visit. I like pretty things....
      aidan xo

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  5. Linking up Natalie - she's got the housewife thing in France downpat!

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    1. Link yours too Liene! You have a pretty good handle on it too. Thanks for sharing Natalie's link.
      aidan

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    2. Oh, thanks Aidan! But I haven't written much about France lately, so I'm content on checking out everyone else's finds!

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    3. I'm finally back from my trip and had some time to check this out - what a great idea and thank you so much for including me, Liene!! I can't wait to check out all these blogs!

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  6. Aidan, I enjoy reading your updates, and fun with the family.
    I can't choose, there are so many that I like. I look forward to "One thing in a french day" also. I always listen before looking at the words to see how much I've understood...I'm getting most of it which gives me hope.

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  7. I have linked my bloggy friend Stephanie at Blog in France, but being really cheeky I have also linked to me!!! This is a great idea!

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  8. I have discovered a number of new blogs that look really great. I have added my own blog plus that of a fellow Australian expat - Aussie in France.
    I too very much enjoy MK's 'Out and About in Paris' and 'Tales from the Chambre de Bonne' and can highly recommend them.

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  9. Great idea - lots of new places to visit. Thanks to Kirsty for adding mine. I've added Véronique's (French Girl in Seattle) as she is like having my own personal tour guide in my living room!

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  10. Great list! I am going to be having some very late nights reading through all these blogs.

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