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One day/un jour.......

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.........we will have a house by the sea. Cannot wait for that day to come!/Un jour on aura une maison à côté de la mer. Je ne peux pas attendre ce jour-là à venir!

Reves douces a tous,
L x

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  1. Hi Leeann, just a few hours and I will be on french soil....Paris et une semaine en Normandie! J'arrive xx

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  2. I went to the beach here in New Jersey yesterday. It was an overcast day. They say a bad day at the beach beats a good day in the office any time! But to have a house at the beach - how delicious!

    Zaira - wow, I envy you. I want to go to French and see the beaches there.

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  3. Hi there and thanks for leaving a comment on my blog. I'd like to retire to France (soon if possible!), any suggestions?

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  4. Un jour... hopefully for you and for me somewhere in Provence...

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  5. Oh, a place by the sea would be a dream. I am with you on that one. Some day it will happen. =)

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  6. Add us to that list of people dreaming of ending up in France .. Paris would be fine with me, Pup and the husband are talking about Provence and the Loire ..
    It is lovely to dream ~

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  7. Hi Leeann,

    What a beautiful picture, and I hope one day you have your place by the sea.

    Happy weekend
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  8. Yes, you will have a house by the sea one day I am sure... have a great weekend..x

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  9. Leeann, sounds like a fabulous dream to aim for. Il faut rever!

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  10. The language of the sea coast is universal isn't it; whether it is in east coast Canada, Maine, or Brittany or Normandie it is still the sea, and still a laid back life.

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  11. Oh dear, that's my big dream, too!
    A house by the sea... To watch the sunset, the waves and for long walks on the sand.

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  12. Oh Leeann, it was always one of my goals too and it finally happened for us. For you, I wish it to happen as well! ~Lili

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