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Fall Holds No Joy For Me


I am just going through the motions. My husband – who left for New York – was worried to leave me because I can barely function. I can function (get up, shower, walk the dog, feed the kids). But I

Posted in Family, The Lady, Tout le Reste (Everything else)

Jesus. Rock Star.


The church I went to in New York was very large, so I suppose that it was inevitable that someone famous would eventually show up. In this case, the famous person was Ricky Martin. I believe he only came one

Posted in Faith, Jesus

Brussel Sprouts in Orange-Cream Sauce

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Brussel sprouts, poor little dears. They get such a bad rap. Even I thought I’d have to stick this recipe with a little post I’m concocting called, “Kitchen Disasters” (along with the gluten-free pot pie, the leek and chèvre tart,

Posted in Food, Soups, Sides & Salads

The Viscount – Chapter Twelve

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First time here? Start at Chapter One! THE VISCOUNT OF MAISONS LAFFITTE CHAPTER TWELVE  Paltier absently rubbed a dusty bottle of champagne in the wine cellar. It was only six o’clock in the morning, but he had a train to

Posted in Tout le Reste (Everything else)

A Mountain Meeting with God


I went on a church retreat in Normandy this weekend and it was good. It dredged up … feelings. In response to these feelings, a friend of mine recommended a book called Jesus + Nothing = Everything. Have any of you

Posted in Faith, God's Love

Montmartre & Sacre Coeur


Montmartre is located in the 18th arrondissement, and you will (probably) recognise three of its landmarks. The Moulin Rouge the café where Amélie Poulain worked, and the Sacre Coeur. The first two sites are right next to each other as

Posted in France, Tourism, Tout le Reste (Everything else)

The Viscount – Chapter Eleven

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If you’re new here, welcome! You can begin at Chapter One, and each chapter will link to the next. For my regular crew, I’m not actually sure if I pulled this chapter off well or not because it switches points of

Posted in Tout le Reste (Everything else)

Duck à l’Orange

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Duck is canard in French, and when you buy it in the store, it looks like this. In the States, duck is less common and is usually found in the freezer section of the grocery store – and it’s usually whole.

Posted in Food, Meat & Fish

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