June 6th question: What is harder for you to come up with, book titles or character names?
Titles for sure. Book titles, in my mind, need to speak about the subject of the book. To find one that does this and hooks the reader is very hard, almost as hard as the first sentence in the story!
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So June is here, come so quickly and bringing warmth and our leaving. We head home on the 21st of June, our daughter's birthday, and I am more than sad to go. I am also very, very grateful, happy, and honored to have had so much time in a country I dearly love. My french is possibly a bit better, and my joy in speaking it has blossomed even more. I love the poetry of life in France, love learning its differences, nuances, and love that I definitely understand the language more, especially when watching TV, especially without subtitles. I won't even get started on the food.
So I leave with a bliss-filled heart, sad to leave, glad to have been here. I hope you enjoy these few images of France, I place I can't get enough of...
| Pyrenees near St Bertrand de Comminges|
|My mother in law's neighbor's front door|
Monastere Ste Catherine de Sienne, Communaute des Beatitudes
|Jean-Louis Toutain statue in Blagnac at Music and Art School|
|Neptune Fountain in Parc des Poetes in Bezier|
|A painted building in Bezier|
|Neuf Ecluses a Bezier (Nine Locks) Canal du Midi|
|Etang D'Enserune near roman ruins|
|Museum des Augustins in Toulouse|
|Bordeaux by night|
|Hubby and me in Bordeaux|
|Porte Cailhau in Bordeaux|
|Chateau Archambault in the Limousin from the air. My hubby got to fly in an Ultralight!|
|Isle Jourdain in the Limousin |
I dig the museum.ReplyDelete
You'll always carry France in your memories and your heart.
Lovely pictures! I'm glad to hear you've had a wonderful time in France.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing those pictures. What beautiful places. I recognize those castles from calendars I used to get every year back in my twenties.ReplyDelete
Staying in France would be a rich experience for sure. I love the photos. Thanks for sharing them with us!ReplyDelete
So beautiful. I love the plant over the archway.ReplyDelete
You have opened yourself up to a whole new world and will never be the same.
Hi Lisa - wonderful you were able to have this amount of time in France and to be with your in-laws ... so glad hubby could join you too. Beautiful photos ... inspirational for us to visit ... take care and enjoy getting back - but for now enjoy the next fortnight ... cheers HilaryReplyDelete
So much history there. If I went to visit, I wouldn't know where to start! It's such rich country.ReplyDelete
I love the pictures you shared from France, esp. the one of you and your husband. You both look so happy. I understand how bittersweet it must be to leave and go home. Safe travels.ReplyDelete
I got to visit France many many years ago. I agree, it is a beautiful country. Not so much in the bigger cities though - I was amazed at how much trash lined the streets of Paris! But that was 30 years ago. I would love to go back and spend more than a few days. I have no afinity for learning languages though.ReplyDelete
The pictures are gorgeous. Look so magical.ReplyDelete