THINGS I MISS ABOUT HOME
I left France to live in Germany for a year, two months in I'm already feeling homesick. Let's get all nostalgic and stuff.
- •BeerQuite ironic given where I now live. But I don't drink it so much anymore and I miss this particular one I used to take every week with my friends in a small bar in the 5th arrondissement. 4€ for the pint, it's a really bad beer but it tastes like home.
- •Having my mom nearbyThat soothing feeling that no matter what happens your mom is only 40 minutes away if you need her is something so precious.
- •Seeing well dressed people everywhereI don't know what causes it but you can walk the metro's hallway anytime and come across at least 3 people looking like they're the materialized form of a Vogue cover. All I see here are people with fluo jackets and ill-fitted jeans.
- •TartifletteTHIS RIGHT HERE. Potatoes, onions, lard, cream and Reblochon. (Reblochon is a French cheese the Germans didn't find relevant to import, but what can you expect from a country where Currywurst-inspired McDonalds hamburgers are even a thing) My God this is the meal that makes me wish for wintertime in July.