I have been in France for almost a month now so it is definitely time for an update. I am living in a little village called Villesèque-des-Corbières. It is 20 minutes from the ocean and an hour from Spain. I’ll be honest there is not a lot to do here; most of the town belongs to vineyard owners and Parisians who come here for the summer. The school has a garden and we also have our own free-range chickens. We are also in the process of getting a goat. The garden doesn’t have a lot of veggies growing in it right now but that is why we just expanded the planting area and planted seeds. Currently we have broccoli romanesco, cabbage, beans, and lettuces that have been harvested and will continue to ripen for another month. This past week we planted potatoes, onions, tomatoes, and carrots. The garden is just a five minute walked from the school and someone goes every day to take the compost, feed the chickens and collect eggs. The chickens usually lay 1 egg per day. However, when we did our garden expansion, we found a lot of worms in the soil and fed them to the chickens. Since then, some of the chickens have been laying two eggs a day! The eggs are delicious especially when you collect them while they are still warm and then do something with them right away.