from the south of france to ...
sally on sabbatical
Actually, I really love that space - I think I will move in
Good Lord woman what are you thinking of, letting a man like that win the price! Couldn't you have fixed it in someway so someone slightly more our sort of person came first. I am sure you could proabbly dismiss the whole thing as a promotion and declare the Lou Foque family as winners.Madame Grognonne shall be down with the children, dogs and Alexi Vlodaflodavodavitchas and I shall follow as soon as I can get there. I have to visit the sick at the lcoal hopital tomorrow noblese oblige dear girl as you know!!Good lord Jackofall wahtever next, what sort of name is Jack for a gentleman !
Fabulous mystery! But I do fear you will have Mme G descending ...
Oh good grief, me again. Have posted two comments down below, so to speak. Now here's another one. Just to say - your 'baby' looks absolutely gorgeous, that wonderful age, and it's a beautiful photo. Also, finally got round to having a look at your website and the place looks stunning. Would be visiting if we weren't chained to our 'holiday home' scenario in the Landes (rather less glamourous). I love your taste - and good to see an AGA! But I'll spread the word when I can. I spent a year in Toulouse and that was where I always intended to live. Never quite made it, sadly, but have always loved the area - and the Pyrenees, well, just stunning. I was an assistante at a lycee in St Gaudens - do you know it? (St Gaudens - not the lycee!) Fabulous views of the Pyrenees, ghastly sulphur smell from the paper factory! Strangely, this has followed me to the Landes where there is another large paper factory not too far from us. Brings back memories every time I go near it!
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