Monthly favourites time is here again and this one will be a quick run down as I’m a little behind schedule due to severe laptop issues that I don’t wish to dwell on as it is too annoying for words. So let’s get into it, […]
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January Favourites : Who hates January?
January is my least favourite month of the year (when living in the Northern Hemisphere) and I tend to feel a little on the low side. My tiny town in France turns into a shell of itself as many of the cafes and businesses shut down to […]
May Favourites : It’s Heating Up
One thing about posting favourites for the month is that it illustrates just how quickly the year is whizzing by. May has seen the tourists start to arrive in Sainte Maxime and it’s definitely heating up but still fairly mild. That’s a good thing. If […]
Well January and February have already been and gone. I missed January favourites (that was not a stellar month for me – let’s just say a bad flu knocked me about) and it’s time to sneak these in. TV : Netflix has been busy on my electronic devices. […]
December is passing by all too quickly but the South of France is still sunny, although getting cooler. The Christmas decorations are out in force and the fun fair is installed by the beach. I have also seen people swimming this week. I’m sure it’s one […]
Perfumed People : Anjelica Huston’s First Perfumes …
“My first perfume was Blue Grass. I loved the bottle, with the flying turquoise horse with flowers in its mane. Then Mum gave me Diorissimo, which smelled like lily of the valley. Mum wore Chanel No. 5 and later, Guerlain‘s Shalimar, which was exotic and […]
Sunday Ramblings : 50 Shades Of Grey : Will You Be Seeing The Film?
With the huge success of this book trilogy by British writer EL James there was always going to be a film. This raunchier Mills and Boon for the mommy porn generation definitely generated discussion amongst friends. I like to understand the zeitgeist and what is making people tick, so […]
Sunday Ramblings : Sometimes Finishing A Book Is Hard Work
Have you struggled to get through a book when you have other literary gems waiting for you? So I’m a Game of Thrones junkie like most people around the world, and can’t wait for the next season to be wrapped so I can actually watch […]