I have returned to France after being gone a few months due to surgery .
I am doing great and my new knee works perfectly. Thanks to all of you for your
warm get well wishes, they worked.
The first place I went was to the Dordogne. This is the view out the front door.The flowers are all in bloom and the gentle rain has turned everything green. It is lovely. Then I spent awhile in Paris where my friend and I had tea at the Ritz. How about this pastry?
From there I went to St. Remy de Provence which was fabulous. All but the weather, I expected it to be warm but it was quite chilly. My first day I went to Villeneuve-Les-Avignon Flea Market which was a real adventure. It was huge and I walked for what seemed like forever. I was successful in finding so many things for my web sites.
Here are just a couple of new things that you will see:
These six beautiful lavender transferware dessert plates.
Beautiful hand crocheted French antique table runner
If you want to see more, just go to either of my web sites. www.frenchvintagehome.com or etsy.com/store/frenchvintagehome.
So much more is coming, I am trying to get as much photographed and uploaded as I possibly can.
Every month I send out a newsy newsletter about France. Places to go, places to see, places to eat and more.
I include recipes and more product from French Vintage Home.
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It has been a very busy time for me and I have not been back to France for a few months. Not the least of which was a new great grandson born just before Christmas. As soon as I have my knee surgery next week, I will hope for a quick recovery so I can go back soon. In the meantime, these lovely pictures keep Paris on my mind. Wishing you all get to go this year too. The magic awaits. For a lovely authentic French lunch at a reasonable price go to L'Orillon in the 11th arrondisment. Typical and delicious French food. Something unique which I haven't tried yet but will one day soon is Sunday lunch at Jimmy Haynes. Google him and check it out, if you go let me know. As I haven't been yet. It could be great, or not, just different... he says "Every week for the past 30 years, I've hosted a Sunday dinner in my home in Paris. People, including total strangers, call or e-mail to book a spot. I hold the salon in my atelier, which used to be a sculpture studio. The first 50 or 60 people who call may come, and twice that many when the weather is nice and we can overflow into the garden. Every Sunday a different friend prepares a feast. Last week it was a philosophy student from Lisbon, and next week a dear friend from London will cook."
Bisous to all..... Merci Beaucoup Be sure to check out my web sites... lots of new things www.frenchvintagehome.com and www.etsy.com/shop/frenchvintagehome