"So, Linda," you ask, "just what are you doing in France, anyway?" Good question! As my jetlag lifts, and I slowly start adjusting to the nine hour time difference, I can answer this. I am here to assist Julie Snyder in conducting her fabulous "Workshops In France" art retreat, along with wonderful artist and new found friend Belinda del Pesco. Together Belinda and I will assist Julie in taking care of her guests on this ten day retreat, which begins Sunday. Here are some ramblings regarding our last two days. First of all, we are driving SUV's in a country that is made for teeny, tiny cars. Here is an example of most of the back roads here. One lane for two way traffic.
Then there is the shopping. We spent some time today picking up supplies at the local mega super market Auchan. Here they seem to like coffee a lot (it fills both sides of this aisle),
We finished the day with dinner in L'isle Sur La Sorgue, where I had a divine Goat Cheese and Spinach Quiche and Salad and a glass of Rose. Yes, Rose. It's not the wine that I would usually order, but they seem very popular here and I am in wine country, after all. I need to try something new every day. It was delicious.