Thursday, December 24, 2009

Oh my Oh my

So that took a ridiculous amount of time. The problem with having x amount of gmail accounts? You lose track of which one you used to login to your blog, and that causes a virtual goose chase of searching each email account for words like "blog" and "blogger" and such.


So I mentioned in my last post that I would love to live abroad. Abroad as in, in another country (maybe that's the actual definition of abroad? Maybe I'm using it wrong?) or in my own country, America. As long as I'm moving or getting ready to move, I just want some kind of movement in my life.

So enter, with this amazing program called the Conversation Corps. And it seems too good to be true when they have a program that lets you become an Au Pair in France for the summer (or the entire year, each way it's only $750). Now, I didn't mention this earlier, I believe, but I was born to be a nanny. From obsessing about all the Babysitting Club books to babysitting my little brother to recently (the past four years) spending the summer with my sister and her growing family, helping take care of both newborns and toddlers. And when my sister and I were discussing what I should do with my life (teacher?), she mentioned that I should become an Au Pair.

So of course I was excited and thought that this HAD to be a sign from above, me stumbling on this website through a friend's recommendation.

And then I thought "Hmm. Too good to be true. I should check this out."

So I have been. I've been reading blogs from people who have participated or will participate in the programs GeoVisions offers, along with researching the "bossman" Randy LeGrant.

If this is legit, then I'm going for it. If not, then I'm going to find out what's up and report it.


  1. Hi there! Thank you for taking interest in my blog. First off let me tell you that I am in the nail bitting process of going to Spain. It is a great program--so far. They are so helpful and its just to exciting for words. Also I plan on doing the conservation corps then coming back for a month then doing the Au Pair in France. That is a completely new program so no insight on that. But from what I've learned and researched online with many many blogs and emails and bajillion facebook adds......... It is an extremely rewarding program. It is legitimate, and very trust worthy. Well its kinda late and if I dont make sense sorry haha But if you'd like to know more give send me an email at and we can chat about this further! Good luck! <3

  2. Thank you, for responding! Yes, the more I read and talk to others about it the more legit it is becoming, and the more I want to get going!! Good luck to you also, I hope they contact you asap with the info on your family! :D