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07 October 2016


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I want to run there this afternoon!

Taste of France

Very fun!

Rebecca from the pacific northwest

You've been busy!

And why IS the green spot on that mustard-colored jug?


Oh I do wish I could come right this very moment. How wonderful to be fed by your first guests in the house next door.

nancy w

Oh I love that picture of you and Yann. What a good-looking couple you are.


I want to live in this world!


We will be there next week....hehe

Madame in Bangkok

Oh what a growing business !! Congratulations ...3 hommes and 3 diferent places : city , beach and countryside ... A perfect trip around France

Shelley Noble

How sublime! The perfect application of your passions meeting the enjoyment of the world.

But how can we know the answers to these questions?!

Patty N.

The little iron men serve as holders to keep window shutters open. They flip up and down. We have similar ones on our house near Uzes, although I thought they might be Joan of Arcs, definitely female. Lovely, aren't they? The French, over the ages, have put art into everything, including the most mundane things. Love it!


Yes and yes again....



What a crazy busy joyous day! Beautiful pics. Would love to stay in one of your homes for a week - or forever, ha!


If only I could win the lottery . . . in my dreams I am there.

La Contessa

YOU are NOW on my BUCKET LIST!!!!!!!!!!

Peggy L.

How simply lovely to see you as guests in the --companion-- la perche à côté. The fine workmanship, dreamy shades, brocante bites, and Corey touches are viewed through a lens that allow us to be part of your story! Keep the cameras rolling ♥

Judy in Fort Worth

and how DO rings get made from buttons???


I've made wreaths with mother of pearl buttons. How are the ring made? Lovely treasure..photo of you and Yann.

Deb Archer

It would be a dream come true to stay in one of your places! So lovely🌺


I agree that it would be a dream come true and wonderful to stay in one of your places. I hope to come to Provence in 2017 or 2018.

Thank you for sharing all the photos.

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