We are learning many things as we live in France. We knew that there were hundreds of different cheeses, so we have decided that we would purchase one or two different cheeses when we go to the store. We learned in our Living in France seminar that when you are cutting the cheese that you should take some of the crust (moldy part) with your cheese so your guest doesn’t have to eat all the crust, DeAnna cut all the crust off the first cheese though. So when our family sat down to try some new cheese we had the boys also try a bite of each of the three cheeses that we had purchased. The first one was very mild and everyone liked it. The second one according to Jonah tasted like Play Doh, I wasn’t sure if that was a good thing or a bad thing at first or why he has been eating Play Doh. But I thought the cheese tasted fine. The last cheese had a very strong odor as if someone has cut the cheese before the cheese had been cut. It looks like I will be eating all of the last cheese since everyone else thought it tasted as bad as it smelled.
Cheese is always good! I guess once you find the right cheese, you’ll keep getting that one. We continue to pray for you daily.
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