Monday, March 14, 2016

A Question...

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Tish Jett, our famous blogger friend,
is coming to HOUSTON for a book signing & personal appearance
in our new store, NINA MC LEMORE, in the River Oaks Shopping Center,
diagonally across from EVENTS
Tuesday, April 5th   3-6 PM
BE HERE !!!
it would mean SO much to all of us



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Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans) over Black Spur Drive, Victoria, Australia 
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Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans) over Black Spur Drive, Victoria, Australia



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Malham, Yorkshire Dales, England
Hill Top Farmgirl

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Malham, Yorkshire Dales, England
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Liz & Dick
Puerto Vallarta
filming Night of the Iguana
the question:

on your list of places to go,
which place is at the top?

really, I want to know.
& don't say it's home cause we all know that !!

15 comments:

  1. Greece. . .it is the 'other' home and holds so many invitations for wonderment and exploration because it is so new to us.

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    1. Me too. Always & forever. The real spirit of "me" resides there, and when I'm there I know I'm HOME>

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  3. To be specific: (I think you want that) The San Pietro Hotel in Positano, Italy. No hesitation!
    (no "countries" coming from here).....second place any 5 star hotel (of three) in Capri. Capri and Positano. a short distance away from each other. YIKES! I could hardly breathe when I first saw them! Nothing even close!!!

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  4. Norway and Sweden; I have travelled extensively throughout Europe, but I have yet to discover these two countries, I love Scandinavian style, Norway in the winter and Sweden in the summer by the lakes.

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  5. For me, there's no place like the U.S., but if I had to pick a foreign destination it would be France. It unexpectedly crept into my soul, and is always on my mind.

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  6. To put my toes in the Indian Ocean.

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  7. It's definitely Bali, but oh, the flight. Know it's worth it, but I don't love flying and it's sooooo far! Happy Tuesday, Marsha!

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  8. Back to Provence, and Languedoc, where I lived for a semester in college, and to Iceland.

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  9. Seillans, France - about 45 minutes northwest of Nice and a world away from my home in midcoast Maine - sheer heaven.

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  10. Lamu, Kenya. Sadly, it isn't safe anymore. I have some amazing hand-carved furniture from there that took me 25 years to be able to buy. Gorgeous, fascinating place, but too close to Somalia. I ache to return to anywhere in Kenya, though. Granted, I'm spoiled living in France, or there would be a tie.

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  11. New Zealand for the nature and France for everything

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  12. Hello dear Marsha,

    Of the cities......New York New York .. I have never been( so sad!) always wanted to go

    for beautiful beach life..the Maldives or Seychelles

    But..I know Im spoilt living so near to France and Italy,and Greece. Honestly, like you, part of my heart lives in Italy already
    love to you
    xxx

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  13. For my 60th Birthday this September, I am renting a 2bdrm apartment in New York City for the month! 2bdrm so friends & family can come & go....a gift from my darling husband!

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Thank you so much for your wonderful comments, each of them mean so much to me. After all, the interaction is the reason we blog. xx's