Tied back and green the shutters of old let light filter though to stories untold. Blue windows and lace do add further grace and red says there’s someone within. Marie Otero 2014
Category Archives: France
The quaint town of Soreze, France was one of the first stops for our students on their magical mystery tour of the South of France earlier this month. As we passed down a quaint cobbled pathway we came upon this lovely ginger boy, perched upon his windowsill amidst pots of geraniums and checking out the […]
Well, my bags are packed and an early start back from the banks of the Mosel tomorrow morning, heading up to Frankfurt Airport to wend my way back to Charlotte, NC. I’ll end my European sejour at the beginning…. where nearly three weeks ago, Karen Burns and myself stepped of our plane in Toulouse and […]
Today was the last day of our Lovely Languedoc workshop here in France. We all hopped in our go-go mobile and headed to Ricaud to check out a French Flea Market. Quite a number of us came home with fabulous finds…. one of our students nabbed a beautiful antique copper water fountain (at a bargain […]
Yesterday Karen and I took our jolly band along to the village of Montolieu, otherwise known as the Book Village (http://www.montolieu-livre.fr). It’s a superb spot, lots of ancient buildings, wonderful views and of course books, books and more books! A little house here would not go amiss!!!