Tag Archives: French Film.

Social Distancing—And What I’m Doing!

Not gonna lie.  It’s tough out there—or rather in there at this time.  Social Distancing is now a way of life. Social Distancing is real! Luckily for me, I’ve been social distancing ever since I moved to the Philadelphia area … Continue reading

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For Mature Couples Only: Dinner For Two–A Saturday Evening Feast!

On this Saturday morning in May, the weather is pretty crummy. It is cloudy and way too cool. We can’t take a drive to the beach yet.  And I fear purchasing Geraniums for the deck because we could still get … Continue reading

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Three Days In Paris–Day Two. Amusement Avec Les Morts and An Avant Premiere

We slept like two little babies on our first night.  Perhaps it was due to the fact we were awake for over 24 hours. Or more likely it was due to the fact that we are both extremely lazy people … Continue reading

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How to Make A Great Sauce–Tips from a Saucy Lady.

Yeah. And that woman is me.  Believe me, I’m no professional chef nor am I a professionally trained cook, but the one thing I do well is a sauce. So true. Not only is my taste in classic clothing strong, … Continue reading

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On “Marguerite”, Catherine Frot, and Older French Actresses

Bonaparte and I drove into Philly yesterday to see a film I’ve wanted to see for quite some time.  “Marguerite”, a film directed by Xavier Giannoli, written by Giannoli and Marcia Romano. This film is very loosely based on the life … Continue reading

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