An Aussie guy commented on my About page at the end of August, saying that he had just moved to Paris and was also teaching English.
I had been thinking about sending him an email to see how he was doing and to see if he’d like to get a coffee some time, but hadn’t gotten around to it yet.
Then, in the BTL teachers’ room on Friday, I was preparing for lessons and happened to mention to Andrew, a teacher who has been at BTL for a month, that I have a blog about teaching English in Paris. I said that I hadn’t been able to find anything similar when I was considering doing my TEFL course, so decided to start one of my own.
He then started telling me about a good blog he’d read, and asked me if I’d heard of it, “it’s something like Julie in Paris . . .”
I grinned, “Jolie à Paris?”
“Yeah, that’s it.”
I laughed, “that’s me!”
“Really?” he said, “I think I left a comment on that – yeah, I remember I made a spelling mistake and complained about the keyboard.”