Thanks to my sickness-induced cabin fever (I've decided to sagely stay at home until I feel well enough to go outside), I commenced as some form of amusement sifting through some of the recent photographs I have taken with my trusty Canon PowerShot A530.
While admiring these pictures and dreaming of the day when I would finally feel in excellent health, a wave a nostalgia kicked in.
I then started to dig through some older photographs from my various trips around France last year and this springtime.
Semur-en-Auxois (La Bourgogne)
(Not Semur, but it's in Burgundy.)
Le Castellet (South of France)
Bougainvillea in Bormes-les-Mimosas (South of France)
Windmill that is somewhere in Montmartre (Paris)
Back in Burgundy
Flavigny (La Bourgogne)
Once I feel like I've got kick-butt stamina again, I will travel a bit. As it is, I am now on what will be my first set of school holidays: La Toussaint. I won't start working again until November 4th (Hey, that's my Mom's birthday! I gotta mail her a card!) so I had better take advantage of my SNCF 12-25 card to explore a bit of la Bourgogne.
That is, of course, assuming the trains are no longer on strike...
Barb the French Bean