A little note on ninety nine

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For those of you out there who haven’t followed us for a while (and think I do nothing but moan!)

The fact is that we have only been able to spend 6 weeks a year in France until recently, and for two of those years we couldn’t do much as we were recovering from surgery. Add on to that the year and a half of my life I completely lost taking care of family matters,  and that instantly halves the amount of time this has taken! And explains some of the the timescales.

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We will never regret this road we have taken

Our Languedoc life is everything we thought it could be (hiccups and all) and the house WILL be fab-u-lous (Thanks bizzyella!!!!!)

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About coteetcampagne

Artist, period home maker, renovator, restorer, francophile. My mission is to save the old stuff, one beautiful piece at a time
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3 Responses to A little note on ninety nine

  1. Osyth says:

    That’s the problem with life – it gets in the way. But I am certain that you are cresting the wave now and that things will happen all of a sudden more quickly than you imagine they will. Keep at it – it’s going to be gorgeous 🙂

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  2. bizzyella says:

    You’re welcome. And, if you have gotten that much done in that little bit of time, I’m impressed. No project in any country runs itself.

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    • You are SO RIGHT, and I still wouldn’t recommend a big project unless you are really close by or even onsite in a leaky caravan

      there is always more to do than you think, the “minor” stuff always turns out to be critical to the end finish too

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