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8 Replies to “What is wrong with the south of France?”
Cleverly written 🙂
Umm. Yeah, tough place to live. Very. NOT! So lovely and, well, just great. Oh, I wish…..
Careful what you wish for – You never know, you may one day end up having to live the hard life here with us!
Not how I pictured it. I just don’t envision solitude, so thank you for the lesson!
Another great post Margaretha. I love your sense of humor. Most people would have to go many miles to find a paradise such as this wrong south of France.
We try our best to make the place sound unwelcoming, Mary, and still people insist on coming here!
The more you push them away the more they will come. haha !