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09 December 2022

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Ooh la la!

Did Augustine trade her britches for the boots and coat?

Bonne fin de semaine à tous.

Oo,la,la!

Your words are magic
Much love and smiles across the miles
Love Jeanne

Priceless. I smiled.
Wishing you warm Christmas Greetings.
Hugs,
Jen Delson

Mme. "Chier"?!! Did you ask Yann what that means?😁

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Politely, Chier means, "To take a dump" I know it is part of the story. It actually, was a French name on a document.

Old postcards do tell stories.
Quite simply, in few words; but yet a story.

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