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Merry Christmas one and all

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Here chez Loufoque all is a hive of activity. Madame Grognonne is out shooting brussel sprouts and Chief Pattisier and Antoine are busy fiddling with their bisquits whilst the boys chop down a fir tree for the salle and Eldest is occupied making interesting decorations from a seasonal assortment of walnut shells and pine cones and cham,pagen corks. Jacques is seeing to the contents of the cellar and Loic is polishing the widows apples.

All is well in this haven of domestic fortitude and therefore I extend to you all my best wishes . May your homes be bursting with bonhomie and goodwill and laughter this christmas !

Bonne Fete to all!

Un peu Loufoque


ps icon is one of several fromteh small church of the nativfity in Bethlehem.

Posted at 24th Dec 2007 - 08:18AM   Posted by Unpeuloufoque   Merry Christmas one and all Comments: 13

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Pondside's Avatar What a beautiful image UPL!
It sounds as though the day will be busy indeed, chez Loufoque. I wish you, your family, your faithful retainers and all those who make up your dleightful community a very Merry Christmas!

Posted by: Pondside on 24th Dec 2007 at 08:28AM

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KittyB's Avatar Happy Christmas to you and yours!

Posted by: KittyB on 24th Dec 2007 at 08:30AM

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Pipany's Avatar Have a fab Christmas UPL and here's to big things next year!!!!! xxx

Posted by: Pipany on 24th Dec 2007 at 08:57AM

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Camilla's Avatar A beautiful image Un Peu, thank you.

Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas, and a prosperous New Year.

I wish for you Un Peu in the new year that your business continues to flourish, and that your wonderful writing gets into print.

Love and Best Wishes,
Camilla.xx

Posted by: Camilla on 24th Dec 2007 at 09:09AM

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Faith's Avatar Beautiful picture - I have had many more religious cards this Christmas. Have a lovely time, and thanks to Jacko for techie help this year.

F X

Posted by: Faith on 24th Dec 2007 at 09:11AM

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Toady's Avatar What a wonderful image of a true Breton Christmas you describe. Best Wishes to all at Chez Loufoque. Don't overdo the sprouts.
Toady
XX

Posted by: Toady on 24th Dec 2007 at 09:21AM

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Fennie's Avatar I can't imagine eating peppered sprouts! But pleased to see they've crossed the Channel at last.

Posted by: Fennie on 24th Dec 2007 at 09:49AM

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Exmoorjane's Avatar Love the idea of the sprout hunt......! Great message and fabulous picture - no more than I would expect from the highly creative Loufoque household!
Have a fabulous Christmas - hope everyone behaves!
Lots of love
janexxxx

Posted by: Exmoorjane on 24th Dec 2007 at 10:15AM

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Mountainear's Avatar Wishing you and your family all the very best. Enjoy the sprouts! x

Posted by: Mountainear on 24th Dec 2007 at 10:34AM

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Elizabethm's Avatar What a fabulous picture. Hope you have a great Chritmas!

Posted by: Elizabethm on 24th Dec 2007 at 11:12AM

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Preseli Mags's Avatar Have a fabulous Christmas and best wishes for the new year, xx PM.

Posted by: Preseli Mags on 24th Dec 2007 at 11:13AM

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Frances's Avatar Wishing a very Merry Christmas to all at the chateau.

It is an immense pleasure to partake of the creativity that flows from your household! May new year 2008, with its extra February day, be especially good to you all.

Sometimes I still cannot imagine that I can cross the Atlantic every day. Wow.

xo

Posted by: Frances on 24th Dec 2007 at 12:43PM

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Westerwitch's Avatar Berlimey sounds hectic . . . shooting sprouts Shocked good grief.

I think Mme G will always have a special place in our hearts right from her very first appearance in the other place and her continued adventures in your blogs.

Thank you for your inspired writing and contributions to Purplecoo and all the help you provided with the parties . . sigh . . fireman . .sign . . .

A big thank you to Jacko too for all his techie help - the two of you are a powerhouse of fun and info on the site.

Have a wonderful Xmas.

Posted by: Westerwitch on 24th Dec 2007 at 01:06PM

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