Sunday French Brunch in Countryside of Central France

Fromage dit you say fromage ? This post is a dedicated to @ChristinKardos and @CarolynPortanov online American chatty friends with whom I shared a lot of laugh for the last months. We work, we laugh. Working is learning and learning is work says @HJarche, I would add Life is laughing and laughing is working. What could be a best motivation.

I feel a lot of relief to be back in Summer. I can use my garden, get fresh food, move around. But I’m also very happy of the latest accompilshments I made on the web and for my blog. I learned a lot, could turn it into practice. So this was a kind of celebration. having such a nice community of people with whom I share all day long. being across chats, on blogs, on #PKMChat or outside had really be one of the blessings of the last years.

I felt specially happy this morning and took this occasion to record this video. In the back you can hear birds, the music I forgot to switch off. Since yesterday I was more in nostalgic, rather strange and sad songs. I feel that such songs in contrast of my feelings adds extra dimension.

I started with this one
https://t.co/GHKKWu4NaZ

Then this one

It was not intentional that you could hear it. I forgot to switch it off and didn’t expect the mike to capture it. it comes from inside the house, quite far away.

The “business” counterpart of this post.

Post-Scriptum
The yellow flower is “dandelion”, again a French term “Dent De Lion”, means lion tooth. It’s an old french word inspired by the dented shape of the leave. Really the more I learn English the more I learn Old French :)

The Italian vinegar mix was really bad. I ditched it. Did a second serve of salad with plain balsamic vinegar.

Cheeses are: Saint Nectaire, Fourme d’Ambert, Bleu d’Auvergne.

Sauge is Sage or Salvia, I didn’t use it just mentionned. I use it for Spaguetti sauce and herbal tea.
The grass I picked and cut into the salad is chives
The grass I called Maroccan is actually Origano also used a lot in Greece. I have a large bush of it and it keeps spreading.

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