2013 Retrospection

December:Exposition - Jean Savy
December:Exposition – Jean Savy

While I don’t want to dwell in the past, I do want to have some good memories of the past year and many of those will be incapsulated in blog posts.

November: Chateau Durban
November: Chateau Durban

There was a long pause due to hospitalisation so the photo for April was actually from March.

I wish to thank you all for stopping by, commenting, clicking the Like button or sending others my way. Here is to all of you in 2014.

Bonne année et bonne santé!

Bisous,

Léa

October:  Cees at the Vendange in Embres
October: Cees at the Vendange in Embres
September: Paper Mill
September: Paper Mill
Patric and friends
August:  Patric l’homme de la Renaissance
July: Fête Nationale
July: Fête Nationale
June: Giverny - Monet's Garden
June: Giverny – Monet’s Garden
May: Linda Bastide - Poet, Author, Cultural Ambassador...
May: Linda Bastide – Poet, Author, Cultural Ambassador…
April: Sunset at Saint Malo
April: Sunset at Saint Malo
March: Musée Lapidaire Narbonne
March: Musée Lapidaire Narbonne
January: Cabarét
January: Cabaret
February: Musée Charles Cros - Poet, Inventor...
February: Musée Charles Cros – Poet, Inventor…
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14 thoughts on “2013 Retrospection

  1. A wonderful look back over your year here Lea. I thoroughly enjoyed all of it. Andas a result of your blog in France I now have some gorgeous paintings on my wall! All wonderful! Thank you 😄 😄 😄

    Love

    Christine

    xxx

    1. Oh Christine! Your support is precious to me. I almost put those paintings on the post… I think of you often and look forward to each of your posts.

      Love,

      Léa

      xxx

  2. An interesting idea, to sum up the past year (literaly the most important activities / events / occations) in a seperate blog post!

    1. Merci beaucoup!

      The idea came from an older friend. His wife of many years died recently. She was an artist and he was doing a retrospection of her work but privately at this time. As former president of their local museum, no doubt it will be public in the future. Also, new people discover your blog but few go back very far into the archives so perhaps they would see something they would like to know more about.

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