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22 August 2016

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Jacklynn Lantry

1) How do I make that tomato stuff???

2) Can I come stay with you someday?

3) I think they are bulb vases-for narcissus and hyacinth? I've never seen a purple one before. Love it.

Laurie SF

Counting down the days till you and France. Houseguest season is now in full swing.
lol
Corey, you are truly one amazing being. A true superhero being.
xxx

Kipper

They were used for cupping treatments at the Rio Olympics-ha!
It sounds like Gina had a wonderful time visiting you. Totally agree with Laurie SF's second paragraph.

Penelope Bianchi

OH dear God! those are forcing vases! And I need two amethyst ones! For my Chinoiserie bulb vase holder!
I will send pictures!!!

lanmangina@me.com

Corey~ I had the best time with Corey you feel like a long time friend that I had not seen and we just started up write where we left off. I will be back there is too much to miss here! You are the treasure among many material treasures. A genuine, beautiful, gracious friend! Until next time! xoxo

lanmangina@me.com

Sorry correction
Corey~ I had the best time with you! You feel like a long time friend that I had not seen and we just started up right where we left off. I will be back there is too much to miss here! You are the treasure among many material treasures. A genuine, beautiful, gracious friend! Until next time! xoxo g

Diogenes

I do not know what those glass things are. BUt I have a feeling the answers above me are correct.

Taste of France

How do you ship to the U.S.? By post or do you use a special company? What about customs?

Our French Oasis

Saying goodbye to friends after they have visited is one of the hardest parts about summer

French la Vie

1) Think Salsa with Provencal flavor basil, roasted tomatoes, garlic...

2) Yes in the little house :)

3) You got it!

xx

French la Vie

Full swing, thank goodness for the house next door, fingers crossed it will be ready. xxx You are the superhero darling!

French la Vie

Ah thanks! I have sold those antique cupping cups for years, now they are vogue.

Jackie guessed the correct purpose of those vases;

xxxx

French la Vie

Oops! I wish I had known you collect them, I would have bought them :(

French la Vie

I feel the same way! Come back already xx But next time leave some stuff for me to buy, lol.

French la Vie

Yeah, Jackie nailed it. You didn't want to say Roach collectors?

French la Vie

Through the French postal service, or bagage du monde. Customs? I fill out the paperwork they give me and post.

French la Vie

Yes that is true!

carol

Superhero indeed! Yess! I don't know how you do it all!

Tom

Cory, can this be true ? Is this what you are seeing?
I am truly alarmed.

https://ca.news.yahoo.com/paris-tourism-chiefs-demand-rescue-plan-attacks-scare-124422409--finance.html

Jacklynn Lantry

How much does it cost to stay in the little house????

Marilyn

Bulb vases for sure! Yumm! Tomato! What fun to play with friends and help them buy more than they can carry home.

French la Vie

500 Euros a week, or 1300 Euros a month.

French la Vie

Yes tourism in France is lower this year. The link title means that French tourism is losing money and seeks financial aide. France has had horrific acts of terrorism. Security measures have been heightened, so yes I do see this. France is doing what it can to protect.

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