A Call From The Garrigue.

 

I would like to thank all of you masochists  who have continued the gruelling task of trying to make sense of my jottings.

I have had less time this year to devote to my blog as I have been obliged to find time to make my bits and pieces, all of which were very quickly sold, much to my surprise, at the beginning of the year, which meant I had to make a completely new stock to see me through the Summer season.

Which I am of course very happy about, as it was not the easiest of years for many of my colleagues.  Austerity is still gripping us by the throat down here in deepest France.

I hope you enjoy my choice of music to celebrate Christmas and the New Year, Anne Vanderlove is a wonderful, almost forgotten French singer of the  1960s, with just a tiny touch of Gaelic in her music.

Thank you once again for your support and I would like just a little bit of feedback some times, just to let me know if you agree or not with my point of view.

 

   Happy Christmas.

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6 responses

  1. Don

    Merry Christmas Eno.

    I will celebrate the season quietly without watching TV or indulging in commercialism of any kind. Spirituality is still the antidote to crass commercialism.

    I shall also raise a glass to honour the proud memory of all who fell in the struggle against evil, and to all who still strive to tell the truth in a world consumed by liars.

    Don.

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    December 22, 2014 at 12:09

    • Most of France would appear to be in the same frame of mind Don. I reluctantly went to town on Saturday expecting all of the usual hustle and bustle of last minute shopping but to my surprise it was empty. Sixty per cent of the French people admit to having done no Christmas shopping yet and it looks as if they wont be buying much when they do. It has already been a disaster for some of my chums who paid a high price for a Christmas Salon, which was a waste of money.
      I was disappointed to find that the Mall where I can usually find a “wifi” connection had been closed down.

      Anyway, have a nice Christmas and New Year and no doubt we will be in touch.

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      December 22, 2014 at 14:50

  2. hosehead

    Happy Christmas to you too. The “wing of an angel” is magnificent!

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    December 21, 2014 at 10:27

    • It was difficult to choose the best from her catalogue, It was the bagpipes that decided for me. Good luck!

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      December 21, 2014 at 11:32

  3. Hi eno, congratulations on surviving the year, and happy Christmas to you, we think of our extended families throughout our planet such as the Syrians, who as many having done no crime living in terrible circumstance and we live in hope they will have a better year of 2015, Cheers to all, don.

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    December 21, 2014 at 00:40

    • You’re right Don despite everything we are blessed to live where we live at the moment and it’s good to remember that things are always worse for someone else. Happy Christmas and New Year to you and yours.

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      December 21, 2014 at 08:24

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