This year I...
became an aunt
spent a few hours in London, a few days in Switzerland, 2 minutes in Spain, and many many moons in Fraaaaance
learned to sorta speak French
learned that teaching literature is one thing, and teaching English to non-native speakers is something TOTALLY DIFFERENT.
graduated with a Master's degree. oh yeah, forgot about that thing.
ATE: pain au chocolat, beignets, eclairs, mille feuille, religieuses, crepes, and various others patisseries.
ATE: frog legs, foie gras, escargot, and caviar.
ATE: lots and lots of baguette sandwiches.
was on a worldwide broadcast to hundreds of thousands of people. cool.
talked to over 13,440 people.