Won't You Come See About Me

Well I made it, I’m in Texas! I’ve been here since Wednesday. (It should have been Tuesday but we got stuck in DC overnight due to all the bad weather the day before. I’m not complaining though, that night eating room service in my jammies while watching the CW was exactly what the doctor ordered.)

Before the move, I had it in my mind that I would have been blog ready by last Friday, HA! What was I thinking?! I’m tired, so, so tired. And not just jet lagged tired, just plain old tired. Not to mention being away from Gregory and Fifty and being out of my element has pretty much left me like a scatter brained nincompoop. But I wanted to check in, you know, let you know I made it, I’m alive, and well.

So stay tuned… Before you know it, I’ll be back telling you tales of my last days in The LPV, of last trips to Aix-en-Provence, Cassis, and Toulon, and of a couple of days in gay Paree (you know, Paris).

And for the moment, just think of me as Sara in the Texas Hill Country and check me out on Instagram,  Twitter, and Facebook… I’ll be back in a flash!


Bisous!

22 responses to “Won't You Come See About Me”

  1. Get some good American rest, my dear! Looking forward to hearing about your departure and arrival. xo

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  2. Tex Mex makes up for a lot, as you know. Enjoy your time there!

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  3. Can't wait to read about your new life here. You will feel better once Fifty is back with you x

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  4. You're back in the motherland!! Congrats! Hope you wake up soon!

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  5. Enjoy your US time! I found the first week the most difficult when we last moved. There's good days and bad days, but you'll get through it all. 🙂 And you'll always have Paris & LPV!

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  6. So glad to hear from you sweet girl. You deserve a good long rest. Welcome home.

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  7. Glad you arrived safely!

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  8. Glad you made it okay, sorry you had a crap journey though! My mum was sprinting through Charles De Gaulle today, so she was asking how your flight had gone

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  9. Dare I say it? Should I? Can I project the correct nasal nuance? Ah, what the hell .. here goes, just because I think you've earned it …….. YEEE HAW ! Welcome Home, Sara .. Welcome Home. Aloha!

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  10. Glad you made it back to teh states safely!!! Get some rest and enjoy some delicious mexican food!

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  11. A lovely surprise to see you pop up in my Bloglovin' list! I hope you soon settle in and look forward to hearing about Paris.

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  12. I'm glad you made it back! An evening vegging out in front of the TV doesn't sound half bad. But the CW? Come on, you know there are better networks than that! ;o)

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  13. You made it! Noshing on room service in a hotel in jammies watching American tv sound pretty much amazing. What a perfect introduction back to the States.Rest up! We can't wait to hear about your last days in the LPV. And thank you for squeezing me into your final day in France. Seeing you was like a lucid dream, I'm still not sure if it happened! It was so quick and so, so lovely. : )

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  14. I am so glad you made it safely, Sara! Can't wait to read more! Enjoy your time!

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  15. I'm glad you're back and are safe! Take your time to catch your breath – I'm looking forward to reading about all your adventures 🙂 xox

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  16. The Texas Hill Country ain't a bad place to be. I spent every July of my adolescence at summer camp in Hunt, outside of Kerrville. Eat some queso for me!

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  17. Hooray! I have been thinking about you. So glad that you have arrived safe and sound. Rest up pretty one.

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  18. Room service in your jammies sounds like a perfect overnight stay. Glad you had a nice rest. I'm not surprised you're exhausted. Trans-Atlantic moves are a killer! Repose-toi bien. 🙂

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  19. Glad you've made it safely – enjoy a relaxing interlude and I look forward to your next post!

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  20. Hi Sara! I've just discovered your blog through your comment on mine and I adore it! I can't wait to catch up on all your stories! Carly

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  21. That night in the hotel actually sounds just like what my proverbial doctor ordered too! God I miss the CW!! Can't imagine how tired you must be – it's a huge change for you, but glad to see you by your latest post that you're on the way up!

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