Au revoir la France!
And Merci for our beautiful wedding. For the endless tears well in my eyes with the stirring of overwhelming love! My family are my roots, I am so found of them all, would we be connected by blood or heart. And they were all here, to start with my bunch of crazy siblings I love more than they ll ever know. Not to mention my now husband and my hysterical little Attilas .. Post to follow of course, stay tuned!
Merci aussi pour the reload of my batteries. I had kept too fast a pace for months, there was not even day off between packing from the Phils to moving to Vietnam, with the stress of the logistic of a wedding to organise in hardly 2 months and all the visits to the doctors for the fam .. My body had to stop me, and it did as I slightly injured my cervical spine, endured a few hours of otoconia and had to stop yoga for a few weeks. The good point is that it gave me the well needed time to finally spend time wandering in forest of my childhood, the only place where time has not grip on anything. There is always a moment where beauty stops me and captures me in wonder. Next time the forest will be the main point of my agenda. The rest will follow ..
We landed yesterday and had our first coffee in town today. On the coach beside me, I picked the last edition of the Tay Ho Times . It felt as if the edito had been written especially for me:
The kids are resuming school on Wednesday, then the real holidays will begin: MINE!!!
I already found a yoga class to attend, a Creative learning centre nearby, the French institute to visit . This time I have a working permit, and I am planning to make good use of it! Can’t wait to get started (given the looks of the barrista, seems that I said that very loud. oups)
Stick with us,
And welcome to FrenchtouchinHanoi ❤️