This morning, I had some time to play. Then we had a long trip to the airport.
We went to the Dallas Fort Worth International airport.
|I'm at the airport restaurant; I'm reading Star Wars|
|What is that thing behind me? It is a metal sculpture of city buildings, I think.|
Unfortunately, the plane was one hour late. When we got on the plane, we had to wait just a few more minutes.
Then when we started taking off, we were going really fast. It was between 100 and 200 miles per hour! I felt like I was being forced back by something.
For dinner, I had salad, a piece of bread, meat and potatoes, beans and vegetables. Yummy! I asked the drink lady, “Pepsi, s’il vous plait!” And when she gave me the drink, I said, “Merci.” S’il vous plait means “please,” and Merci means “thank you.”
My teddy bear, Violet (Vee-oh-lay), which means Purple in French, he was so smart. When the whole group in the plane heard a beep, Violet told me he thought it was the sign that it was time to take off in a few seconds. It was his first time on a plane.
Unfortunately, the TV movies on the plane are broken.
Right now, it’s 8:32, and I’m a little sleepy. I’m going to take a nap for the night.
We finally arrived at 10 AM on Sunday!
|Ahh! This is my apartment balcony in Paris.|
|It's a little cool out here. I am out on the balcony.|
|This is my precious Maman and my handsome Papa.|
|I'm out on the balcony taking lots of pictures.|
French Word of the Day
Avion (ah vee on): airplane
Here’s a sentence:
Qu’est que tu voudrais? (kesca too voo dray)
This sentence means “What would you like?”
We are going to go the park today.