|It may not look like an eraser, but it is. Click and see. . .|
It's no doubt true that all of us who speak another language have a certain affection for words in our non-mother tongue vocabulary. My-Reason-For-Living-In-France for example loves English words with hard consonants, like "bang, bang, bang" which sound like the sounds. I have a few special favorite phrases and words in French I feel perfectly connect the emotion with the gesture. One of those words is "claque" you can claque a door or a person (as in slap). We all know how satisfying it is to slam a door.
|It could be a button, or it could be a word for something entirely less appealing. . .|
1.) Bouton -- button, but also a cute substitute for pimple and that dreaded word, zit. It's masculine, ha (!)
|Gommage doux, one of my favorite products as you know.|
|An all-purpose eraser. Remember those?|
|Sparkly bits of broken glass.|
|How about creoles with diamonds? That way we can see they have éclat.|
You probably have favorite words as well. Do share. And, once again (I can never say this enough), thank you for reading me and being so generous with your time and comments. It means the world to me.