admin on July 27th, 2001

Bonjour to all – It’s been a while since I last wrote but I hope all of you see that as a positive thing. Besides the fact that I have spared you with many more  ridiculously long e-mails, it also means that things have calmed down.  Keep in mind that this comment only refers to […]

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admin on July 22nd, 2001

This update was originally sent on July 12 – before my trip to Romania.  It seems a large glitch in Compuserve made the e-mail undeliverabled to all 48 of you.  I fear they will be out of business before I finish my adventure – so keep me posted on US news – I rarely get […]

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admin on July 10th, 2001

Bonjour Mes Amis – My first guests are arriving in an hour.  I am excited and stressed to the max.  I was up at 6am to make sure that everything was clean and at least approachable if not liveable. I begin the day with a list: Wash the car – inside and out.  The dustbowl […]

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admin on July 5th, 2001

Bonjour – Mercredi – c’est tres bon jour!  Wednesday – it is a good day!  Well, at least it started that way… I awoke at 6am and began my morning ritual of cleaning up the flies, wasps and UFO’s that died in the night and now litter the stone floors.  I’ve stepped on enough squishy […]

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admin on July 4th, 2001

Bonjour – It was great to hear back from so many of you.  I’m glad I can be of entertainment to all of you living in homes without construction dust, little black dogs who think they live here, smoking Frenchmen who play bad French lounge music and a yard that is beginning to look like […]

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admin on July 2nd, 2001

Bonjour Encore! After writing my incredibly long “Two Weeks in Provence ” how was I to know that the greatest tragedy had yet to occur! On Sunday morning Alexander arrived to finish the studio floor but he looked agitated and kept talking on the phone.  When I asked what was wrong all he kept saying […]

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