The scattered mind of a borderline ego maniac
OH BEAUTIFUL PICTURE !How do you do to have it moving such if it was on the sea ?Beautiful poem, indeed !Better than usual, I find (only because longer)(To morrow, I hope you will post something else than ridiculous snails. Happily, it is the week end ! I may be quiet.)In that part of France, Le Croisic in Brittany, we have wonderfully tasty wheat crepes filled with what you want, rather something sweet as sugar, honey, marmelade, chocolate, caramel; and good bucweat pancakes filled with ham, saussage, cheese, eggs and so on, covered with salted butterAnd as drink bottled ciderDon't forget lobsters, crabs, langoustines ,all fresh fishes for Mrs San NakjiNo soup.Or rather fish soup. Yummy.Brittany is a Celtic country, don't forget that tooCeltic music..."OUIN OUIN OUIN !"Beautifully noisy
What a lovely picture!! I like the buildings too. Yes, they look old, but they sure are nice. And Cergie, I LOVE Celtic music...I am of Scottish and Irish descent. *smiles*
u r right..Madame Cergie will certainly do a great job for France's tourism...and those interesting photos..u will also do likewise for NZ and Korea...
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