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Great Expectations

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Are you all in a flutter to learn who won the box of chocolates (or glazed chestnuts)? Take a look here at the faithful friends who have commented on my wedding blooper photos (and truly made me laugh with your

Posted in Give-Aways!, La Famille (The Family), Tout le Reste (Everything else)

Ten Wedding Bloopers

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In continuing the vein of light self-mockery (I have a lively sense of the ridiculous), I thought I would bring you a choice selection from my album of wedding bloopers. Yes, I have an entire album. I know you won’t

Posted in Family, Give-Aways!, La Femme (The Lady), The Lady

The Winsome and The Winner


Look at Young Knight, dressed for his day at school, just like in the olden days. Journée à l’ancienne, it’s called. They wear their French caps, navy shorts, button down shirts, dark loafers and knee socks. Doesn’t he look winsome?

Posted in Give-Aways!, Les Français (The Frenchies), Tout le Reste (Everything else)

Giveaways and Giving Back


I have a giveaway that I’m so excited about. It’s the first one ever I didn’t actually have to pay for! No I’m kidding. While that is true, I am excited for other reasons. I love to have giveaways so

Posted in Give-Aways!, Tout le Reste (Everything else)

Picturesque Provence


So we returned from glorious colorful Provence and found a smelly house full of mouse droppings. That deflated my mood considerably. Today we’re trying to clean and scrub and erase any vestige of rodent (and not snap at our kids

Posted in France, Give-Aways!, La Femme (The Lady), Le Pavillon (The House), Le Tourisme (The Hot Spots), Tourism, Tout le Reste (Everything else)

The Bragging Contest


Would you like to know what I’m good at? Languages. I always assume I’m going to understand someone who is speaking to me in a language I do not know, or that I’ll discern what is written in a language

Posted in Give-Aways!, La Femme (The Lady), Tout le Reste (Everything else)

I'm Lady Jennie - Welcome to A Lady in France!

I think I was born in the wrong era. I am meant to live in the 19th century. In England. Born into an aristocratic family that is independently wealthy and doesn't need to marry off its daughters to save them from becoming spinster governesses. ( To continue reading, please click here. )

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