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Homeless in the heat

By Annette - Friday, July 17, 2015

Summer is upon us and this year has been hotter than most. At times like this we struggle to keep ourselves cool – let alone the dogs. We have fans… Read more…

Chilling …

By Annette - Saturday, February 25, 2012

Cold. Life in Languedoc has recently been really very unpleasantly, painfully and miserably cold. Anyone that reads this blog in other areas of France will know what I mean. Other… Read more…

Seasonal skies and lows

By Annette - Sunday, November 27, 2011

After a slight pause to deal with ‘life-as-we-know-it’, I’m back on the blog. The past few months have been somewhat frantic.   My voluntary involvement in “Jelly!” has been keeping… Read more…

And then it rained

By Annette - Tuesday, March 15, 2011

This will be a short post.  It also breaks one of the unspoken rules of blogging – “Don’t talk about the weather”. But it’s rained.  It’s rained a lot.  Whilst… Read more…

It’s Christmas – is the remote control working?

By Annette - Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Autumn/Winter 2008 passed amidst a lot of work and not much else. I didn’t move to France to stop working, I wanted to carry on doing work I enjoy but… Read more…

Frankly Franglaise – The First Post

By Annette - Monday, November 8, 2010

Hello and bienvenue to Frankly Franglaise - thank you for visiting my new blog! Today is a damp and grey November day in Languedoc. This corner of Southern France enjoys scorching… Read more…

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