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Who’s that knocking at my door ….

I’m in Europe until mid-August and although I will write some new things I hope you won’t mind me trawling the archives for some posts that you might have missed from much earlier in the life of this blog. I’m starting with a particular favourite of my Two Brained husband and hope you will like it too …. silver linings abound if you let them

Half Baked In Paradise

It could be said that mine is a curious existence, living here in one of the least populated areas of Europe on my own.  I came here 5 months ago with horribly rusty French.  I came here with few possessions – so much either sold or abandoned along the way as I moved and moved and moved again.  I came here for love.  But my husband, my love, lives in Boston.  Yes, its a curious life.  One day I’ll explain.

The last week, though, has been punctuated with knocks on the door.  I inevitably feel a mild panic when this happens because it means I will HAVE to listen, understand and respond.  I am fluent in shopping as previously acknowledged but a knock on the door could herald anything at all.  Particularly an unexpected one.  Like the time when the post-lady brought a letter each for signature for Two Brains…

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  1. Enjoyed it even more the second time 🙂

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    July 25, 2016
  2. Loved that gentle read.

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    July 25, 2016
    • That makes me happy, Claudette …. I enjoyed re-living it – much water has passed since but I hope I will never forget that gentle soul

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      July 25, 2016
  3. Friend or foe, good or evil, happy or sad. Answering the door can be so binary! 😉

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    July 25, 2016

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