Sara in Le Petit Village: The Anthology

Let’s say you’re new here, and you wanted to know a bit more about me, or Gregory, or Fifty, or anyone of the Le Petit Village cast of characters for that matter, and you have no idea where to start… well then this post is for you! Or even if you’re not so new here and you’re just a curious cat who might have missed something, then this post is also for you!

Today I bring you, The Complete Guide to Sara in Le Petit Village, or Sara in Le Petit Village For Dummies, I haven’t figured out which name I like more yet (not that I think any of you are dummies, I’m simply referencing those yellow books they sell about every topic under the sun). Either way, they’re all of the posts that should hopefully fill in the gaps and provide those ‘ohhh lightbulb’ kind of moments (or so I’m hoping anyway). I’ve broken the posts up into four categories; Gregory, Fifty and me, Les Villagers & Co., Life in Le Petit Village, and Life in France. I think that should cover everything. Allons-y!

Gregory, Fifty, and Moi
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// Me… the backstory and where I’m from 
// How Gregory and I met: part one, part two, part three
// My last day in Dublin and my first day in The LPV
// Fifty… the backstory
// When I found out that you guys have the biggest hearts and are more supportive than I ever could have imagined
// The reason I’m scared of wild mushrooms 
// The day we brought Fifty home
// We got married (and by ‘we’ I mean Gregory and me)
// Gregory’s huffing and puffing habit
// Gregory’s obsession with raw meat
// Gregory has never seen a single Star Wars or eaten a PB&J 
// Some more Gregory tidbits and his vlog (Is it just me or does that sound a little naughty?)
// The day Gregory came out of the closet (hee hee)
// The reason I don’t have any nice china and crystal anymore
// My big fat (almost) Gypsy life
// The story of how Harry Potter rescued Gregory
// Why we spend so much time in Toulon

Les Villagers & Co.
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// Moonshining is a perfectly acceptable hobby here
// Where Nazi Ghost Zombies come from
// The first time I met Gregory’s mother
// The first time Honey Jr moved in next door 
// The second time Honey Jr moved in next door
// The Cousin got married
// Honey B got married
// Brother-in-Law got married
// Why La Petite is extra special to me
// We have been known to hang out with Gypsies on occasion 
// The day Gregory met Mr. London (and fell in love)

// The day Mr. London won the Heineken Cup and became a champion of Europe (it’s kind of a big deal)
// My mother is an author and yes, I really, really think you should buy her book 


Le Petit Village Life
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// The introduction of Pizza Night

// On why I cannot seem to get a Martini in The LPV

// Why we celebrate Brazil in Le Petit Village

// Reason number 32482 I’m happy The Parisian sold Le Petit Bar

// Le Petit Bar got a new owner

// How to throw a BBQ in The LPV

// Yes, we make our own pâté (well not exactly ‘me’)


French Life
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// What in the world is a Raclette
// How to host a Raclette party
// What in the world is a Tartiflette?
// How presidential elections in France work
// The story behind my ‘Holiday Eyes’ posts
// Things I love about my life in France


Bisous!
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P.S. If I missed something don’t fret… I’ve got two posts in the pipeline; a Le Petit Village family tree and a question & answer vlog featuring MEEEEEEEE!

10 responses to “Sara in Le Petit Village: The Anthology”

  1. Love your photo. It should be your book cover and look at that… You just laid out the table of contents. You need a publisher. xo

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  2. I think a Le Petit Family tree is definitely in order. I'm always getting mixed up with who belongs to who, etc and have to go check. :o) You've really had one heck of a life so far, Sara!

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  3. This is perfect because I only discovered the you and Le Petit Village recently and, well, I read the 'About's and the 'FAQs', as you do (I always FEEL that makes me sound like a stalker) but I love getting to know a bit more about the gal behind the blog. Ditto to Debby.

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  4. What a great idea! I have been poking around a bit and came across some of your first posts…the beginning of it all when Gregory was The Boyfriend! Vintage! I love when you order a martini here, you're asked, red or white? The first time I was like, what do you mean?? Now and then, I do miss a nice dirty girl martini but damn those things get you rocked. I can never do more than one.Looking forward to the family tree post as well!

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  5. Awesome! There are still some posts I haven't read yet so this is the perfect way to catch up! Thank you!

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  6. ha! thanks. this keeping me on track.p.s : i love that photo!

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  7. Love this! Just getting back into the blogosphere and couldn't think of a better post to pick up on!!!

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  8. ….AND weekend plans done. just need to grab some wine…er….rose and some kind of bad-for-you-carb and it's shaping up to be a pretty fantastic weekend!

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  9. Oh my goodness this must have taken you so much time to organize! I love peeking into your world!

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  10. I just found your blog by way of Twinkle Toes de Lux (I have an expat blog obsession – don't ask) and this post is PERFECT for me to play catch-up! 🙂

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