The TV3 Interview…

Adjusting to France, Bread is Pain on TV!, Learning French

Okay, so I am being a slacker this week and instead of writing a post I am just going to post the link to the TV3 Interview that featured BreadisPain last November.  Please enjoy my television awkwardness and inability to pronounce “par” correctly (seriously, every time I hear it I cringe).

Now, that being said this was a really fun and cool experience to have and I hope it will give you a laugh!

I’ll be back next week with a legit post…but until then, enjoy the long weekend darlings!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6P3JDgJwzXQ&noredirect=1

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30 thoughts on “The TV3 Interview…

  1. How wonderful! And I pretty much understood it when you spoke French — yay!

    Did you know you can directly put the video in your blog? On YouTube, click ‘Share’ (near ‘About’, below the vid) and then ‘Embed’ (next to ‘Share this video’). The HTML you can directly put in your blog post, In WordPress, above the main blog text it says ‘Visual’/’Text’ on the top right-hand side. ‘Text’ is where you past in your HTML from YouTube, and voila! You have the video right there in your post!

    Or try it the easy way: http://en.support.wordpress.com/videos/youtube/
    (Wow, wish I knew there was an easier way than what I’ve been doing…)

    1. Thanks so much – haha, I need to hire you out to make my Blog more tech saavy (and by “more” I mean “at all”). I will do that right now!! Glad you enjoyed and could understand my pitiful French!!

    1. You are too sweet, Carine – HA – I know how bad my “par example” is…every time I hear it I think of my Tennessee roots…can’t get rid of the accent! I’m sure your “her” is just perfect and charming!

  2. You look so different than I imagined! I read your blog all the time and love, love, love it. It reminds me of my time in France and always manages to make me laugh. Looking forward to more posts. 🙂

    1. Haha – now I want to know what you thought I would look like! 😉 Thank you so much for the kind words – I have a lot of fun writing it and I know that whenever I leave France I will be so glad to go back through and read about these little differences that can be so easy to forget about. Thanks for reading!! 🙂 (and don’t worry, legit post next week, I swear!)

    1. Thanks – we had fun doing it!!

      And be careful what you offer, Texas, I might just show up!! 🙂 Seriously, my mouth was watering looking at that big VAT of pate…heaven!! I need to make friends with some hunters.

  3. Fantastic! I discovered the hard way that my housemate employed a maid when I was naked sunbaking in the back yard. Shocks all ’round, and no way either of us could understand each other. But then, shrieking with embarrassment is obvious in all languages…

    1. LOL! That is too good/awful to be true! WOW – what an epic story to have…definitely a bit higher on the embarrassment scale than google translate! I hope you both recovered with a good laugh! 😉

  4. Awesome and nice to “meet” you! I am jealous of the view from your balcony. In Nice I could see about an inch of sea from my balcony, now I have no balcony at all 😦

    1. Haha – thanks!! YES – our balcony was a major selling point for our apartment and I’m so excited that the warm weather is coming soon so that we can sit outside and drink wine and eat dinner!!

  5. I loved watching this Nancy-Kate! And now I know your name, and saw your charming husband. It’s really cool to know how you look like after following your blog for a while. It’s too bad they didn’t give your blog address in big letters at the end of the interview- did you get a spike in your traffic after it?
    Such a cool interview 🙂

    1. Yay- thanks for watching it!! Yeah, it would have been great if they had really posted the web address but I didn’t really do it for publicity but more for the fun of the experience. I did have a spike in traffic that week, for sure, but since my blog is in English I’m not sure too many new people stuck around. 😉 Hope you are enjoying NZ!!

  6. I beg to differ. Here’s a, what do the French call it? an ‘April fish.’ 🙂 I think the film stripped away much of your privacy. You’d built an amusing image of yourself and your life, forcing us to work with our imaginations in your funny stories. That’s a drawback with films; the entertainment is fine, but the imagination often gets starved. On the contrary, look what the above Wendy does. 🙂 If I were you, I’d risk the slacker label and consider dumping the video. Ever hear the French talk about ‘dropping rabbits’? Don’t worry, this is just an ‘April fish.’

    1. hehe – thanks Whitt! I suspect it is impossible to starve your imagination, my friend!! Where are you sailing these days? I look forward to your next post!!!! 🙂

  7. WOW! That is so cool. Of course I didn’t understand most of it, but happy to know you are becoming some what of a celebrity over there. MB is adorable and you looked gorgeous. Miss you my friend.

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