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08 December 2013


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Bev S.

How fun! Glad you had a good Sunday afternoon. We are snug as bugs in a rug here as the snow/freezing rain is falling outside.

nancy w.

What a lovely day. You two have earned it. So glad you took the time to enjoy it.


Ahhhhh ... Cassis! I have dreamed about moving there as well. We had a wonderful holiday there many years ago.

WR Dreams a Dream

I dream of owning a bastide or mas in the south of France; an L-shaped one with the smaller wing for guests who come to visit and a pool in the middle of the two wings and a loooonnnng table that seats 12 people under a stand of plane trees adjacent to the pool.
There are bicycles to hop on to go to town to fetch whatever to cook magnificent meals together... a boules court perhaps and certainly a few olive trees, just enough to cook with all year and to give as gifts.

Becky F

So lovely and filled with so many beautiful memories! Frank and I spent the weekend in freezing cold Chicago. Shopping, eating and celebrating my negative breast biopsy! I feel like I can dream again.


My dream came true Friday! My husband made it through his brain tumor surgery with a negative frozen section result. All subsequent brain functioning tests he has passed with flying colors. Today, his color is back and he set up in ICU ready to watch a Redskin game. If all continues so well he could be home this week!
Thank you, Corey, for sending your prayers our way. God bless!

Wanda Howland

Ooh! Loved Cassis! My daughter and I took the boat out thru the Calanques and then had lunch and shopped in the port in October! And you live only 20 minutes away!!?? How awesome!

Wanda in NH


Just want to squeeze you both you're so cute.


I dream of living by the sea-the beach always the beach warm and sunny-love the sun always have....


A happy couple in a happy place, what could be better! Love Cassis! Big hug from Hong Kong 💌

Kathie B

Among my many dreams was already to return to Cassis -- we love that town! -- and now I'm adding to try Restaurant Romano. The desserts sound yummy.

Lesley Austin

Really lovely photos of you both so happy, dreaming, enjoying the day and the place and each other. Thank you for sharing your joy in it, Corey. xo

CoCo Clarke

We dream of being back in Cassis, with you and Yann!
How wonderful.

Teresa Young

So glad to see you enjoying a day together in Cassis...one of my fav places during our visit. You take such beautiful photos. It's very inviting when we are in Oklahoma experiencing sleet and ice.

24/7 in France

Cassis is a lovely town - whether to visit or live!


Gorgeous place! Great memories of our short visit to Cassis. Keep the dreams and fun coming! Miss you and hope to see you soon!

double d

Returning to Cassis. Maybe the blue and white espadrilles w the red anchor on them will still be in the store window and I can wear them to lunch at the very same place! You didn't tell us what you had for lunch!

Cousin Linda

What? Yann has shaved off his beard. Now I kinda miss it.

Nikki Maxwell

Love Romano's in Cassis. Also love Angeline's around the other side of the port. If you haven't tried it yet Corey I reckon it's the best bistro there is (notwithstanding Villa Madie but that's a bit exe)


You both looked relaxed and beautiful!
The scenery is gorgeous!


Love Cassis. Love you.

Rebecca from the pacific northwest

When did Yann return to clean shaven? Did it make you cheerful when he did it?

When we went to Cassis, years ago, we meandered around and had trouble finding a place to eat and were generally out of sorts, so it didn't suit us. I need you to tour-guide/introduce me to it through your eyes sometime.

And, we do that same sort of thing, imagining about moving to some other lovely place while being very content, really, with exactly where we are.

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