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... arms and made to open the car door. I did think at that point I might need to intervene, but the bloke got the message and disappeared. 15 minutes later I had a call from the daughter of the deceased owner asking if everything was all right and didn’t put two and two together until later. Time to book an appointment with the notaire and get the right of way sorted, methinks.
With all this madness I am surprised and it is a credit to the authorities that ...
... baby milk, so the 4th emergency service did the shopping on their way back up the hill! As the temperatures have started to rise thanks to sunny days since, we have taken stock of any damage. There is still a huge lump of snow on the front of the house roof and as it melts we watch roof tiles slide to the ground. Once we had managed to dig my car out, we discovered the windscreen had cracked. I’m very glad that it is covered on my insurance as when ...
... are paying for the whole job and not hourly, but as always here, timelines are invariably missed!
The workforce have really churned up our already badly worn road and no matter what the right of way outcome is, Stefan is going to have to do some concrete repairs. There has been no update on Madame Cannere nor a date for a court hearing. Driss and I suspect that the expert bill for nearly 10,000€ as well as what she will have to pay us and her own ...
... so many people, there may be hope for the rest of us, too.
I heard a French mass in the Crypt Chapel—it is actually pretty and pleasant in there, and the mass was sung nicely by an older man—and Bernadette has some body fragments buried there, while most of her resides in the convent in which she lived out her life. This parceling out of saints’ bodies into reliquaries in various places is an uncomfortable peculiarity of ...
... income and these are paid to 3 different institutions. Although in the past I have been scathing of HMRC for their errors and inefficiencies, the system is much simpler. So one has to be determined to live the 'charmed’ life here! The only two sure things in life are death and taxes.
I feel a bit like Noah and the Ark at the moment. We have gained a little kitten, found trapped in a French neighbour’s pigeon loft by ...