il parait + video interview on French TV
French word for catacombs + photos of French locks

Happy Easter in French

Joyeuses Pâques!

(Smokey se trompe de déguisement... et de fête aussi...)
(Smokey mixes up the costumes... and the holiday, too...) 

Braise and Smokey (c) Kristin Espinasse

Braise (left): Mon fils... My son....


Conversation (c) Kristin Espinasse
Smokey (right): C'est moi-même. That's me.

Mama Braise (c) Kristin Espinasse
Braise: Quand je t'ai demandé d'aller chercher les déguisements... When I asked you to go and get the costumes....


Mama Braise (c) Kristin Espinasse
...Je voulais dire LES OREILLES DE LAPIN. I meant the BUNNY EARS.

Hula Girls (c) Kristin Espinasse
Braise: "Hula Girls," c'est pour le 31 October. "Hula Girls" is for October 31st.

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Bonnes Pâques! Comments and corrections welcome here.

Click the following link for more about the French word for Easter
Related Easter story: How to Eat Chocolate Mousse for Breakfast on Monday 

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