Exploring the Town and Villages of “Uzerche”

018Before I visited “Uzerche” I learned that it was called the “Pearl of the Limousin,” by famous English Writer, “Arthur Young.”   I thought a lot about it and why was it the Pearl of this Greenest Farming Province.  Until I visited the town and its villages, I understood why.
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France plus fort que jamais – (France Forever Strong)

France – Bastille Day 2016 – “Nice” Une ville avec un cœur saignant

Au-delà de l’imagination – comment puis-je le décrire autrement! “Nice” la ville de l’amour regardait son humanité saigné comme ils sont tombés au sol le 15 Juillet 2016. Je ne peux toujours pas comprendre pourquoi.

Mon cœur est encore lourd que je me souviens des amants déchus de “Nice”, leurs familles et amis.

Je vais continuer à écrire sur la belle France et la beauté qu’il offre au monde extérieur.

France, Nice et Paris, ensemble nous seront forts et seront toujours vous aimer.  

Que vous allez tous reposer en paix!

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Beyond imagination – how can I describe it otherwise!  “Nice” the city of love watched its humankind bled as they fell to the ground on the 15th of July 2016.  I still cannot comprehend why.

My heart is still heavy as I remember the fallen lovers of “Nice,” their families and friends.

I will continue to write about beautiful France and the beauty it offers to the outside world.

France, Nice and Paris, together we will be strong and will always love you!

Rest In Peace Lovelies!

I Spent Time by the Lake of “Saint Germain Les Belles”

DSC_0139This year 2016, I chose the month of June for my summer holiday away from home.  When my daughter was still at primary and secondary school age, I waited for summer school breaks to go away with her.  Since she has now grown up into a young adult, I prefer to take my summer break before the end of school days.  I like to spend time when there is peace and tranquility.  I think I have done my days like all mums, being away with kids are great years to cherish, remembering the noises of our kids and their friends.  But then one day comes the time that we can do it alone in the tranquil and peaceful pace of time.
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Why I Implied With Social Media

Social media has become the affluence of the newsy world.

This is an unreal and phenomenal entity, an existent that rules to influence me, my friends and the a la mode world.  The reality about the internet is that it is a well-fed network of different platforms consisting of intelligent streams of humanity sending and sharing knowledge, all at unrestricted paces.

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Special Views of France

The Mont Cargan

I was supposed to be walking a 15 minutes up a hill to discover the City of Limoge at the bottom of the hill.  I wasn’t lucky that morning as I felt my temperature high and I felt like throwing up, so we ended up somewhere that I could only shot this beautiful view of the “Mont Cargan” in the Distance from a small hill of Limousin




Every Holiday Has a Story to Tell!

In The Province Of Limousin In France


At the beginning of June I took a 20 days holiday to the Province of Limousin in France.

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It’s been my dream to one day tour the province and visit all the beautiful spots that Limousin offers.  I suggested to my friend that one day I would like to visit the Village of “Collonge-la Rouge.”  Then he replied to me, “Why Collonge-la Rouge?”  The reason he asked me that question was because when he was very young, he’d visited the Collonge-La-Rouge only once, and at that time, it was only a normal historic village and nothing more of what I wanted to see today.

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To Have And To Hold In The 1950’s

 Marriage in the 1950’s and 60’s – From “Yes I Do” to happily ever after.

A Walk Down The Isle in 1958 in Brazil

Long ago girls did not wait until after 25 years old to get married and they were expelled from college for marrying.  In the 1950’s girls were encouraged and pressured to get married young and they served their home as homemakers and mothers.  There was no need for them to go take a college education, their husbands were the providers of their homes. 
Vintage wedding gowns from the 1950’s  world war II era were made by seamstresses with an exceptional melange.  From character silhouettes to the textured façade laces, ruffles, weddings from the post war era reflected the actual fashion style, bride’s fashion manner and funds.

Pictures in topic shows a 1958 wedding of a beautiful bride and groom in Brazil. The bride wore a very pretty Vintage High Collar V Neckline Long Sleeve Lace Wedding dress and long ago girls wedding bouquet were made from fresh flowers.

Thank you for reading the beautiful piece of a “Walk Down The Isle”
(Please Note :  Pictures are not my property)
(Permission by “Valeria Wergles Cunha” of Brazil)