Tag Archives: France

The reluctant mother

New piece up and am glad to be a part of Auzeen’s fantastic new initiative. Feel like I’m about to jump into the deep end of the pool and revisit old observations in a few months when bebe #2 arrives.

Sharing an offal lot in common

 
Back in the land of kway chap and sup tulang, I now miss my terrines from Maison Vérot. Links here (paywall) and here.

Take home a piece of French heritage

Grateful to the ST for feeding my obsession with iconic everyday objects from France. Link here (paywall).

Getting back into reading

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I missed the boat when I was in France, surrounded by trainloads of book-reading commuters. Hopefully it’s not too late now, even with phone-toting, TV series-watching zombies everywhere.

One afternoon in Bouzigues

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We don’t have a car and did our fair share of car rentals pre-bébé. As a result, there was a good amount of tears on the way to and fro Bouzigues as someone didn’t want to be strapped into a car seat.

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