⪧ We left our life in New York City to make a new one in Provence ⪦

January 3, 2013

Gold rush.



I put Colette in the sink for a bath and Andrew, my youngest brother, put dry ice in the sink next to her. She thought it was amazing. And it was. Great idea, Drew.

Xavier saw these photos and wanted me to title this post, "Gold rush bath time." Anything a bit American rustic that he has never seen before qualifies as "gold rush" - e.g. bathing a child in a sink, eating without a knife or eating dinner at 6:00pm, using blankets on a bed instead of a duvet, no shutters on windows, soup or stew...the list goes on and on. When exposed to these things, he pronounces, "C'est super gold rush" (emphasis on the French accent on "gold rush").

3 comments:

Aralena said...

I'm going to insert "c'est super gold rush" into as many sentences as I possibly can. I love that!

Amber Larson said...

I love that! Xavier totally cracks me up! Those Frenchies . . .

Jill said...

So there's a "middle-class" category, and a "super gold-rush" category. I like this.

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