I was packing and re-packing and full of eager anticipation.
Ditto, right now as I organise just a few last details, with Roscoff and Plymouth around the corner.
A few duets and ramblings with François and then, it will be humbly into a hire car to do the last bit from Nantes, as I have got a bit of a problem with my Achilles tendon and don’t want to risk further strain….. How odd…. a year ago I was in trouble with a shoulder injury. I think I get the message. It’s time to stop (for a while anyway)!
I think it was early in April when the decision to return emerged through the heat and sweat of the Greek mountains…. What a wonderful place to be and such a wrench to leave.
I have been talking a bit about transition… at first my apprehension was in the foreground, as well as some sadness. The ‘process’ has been unfolding beautifully and almost without me noticing, here I am, really really looking forward to being on home ground again, as well as relishing the last few days in France…music-making with Francois and a massive grand piano just downstairs!!!
Looking through some of the vast collection of photos, I can see that I will have plenty to keep me busy as I settle back in. I thought you might like a few more… Don’t know which order to go in!
Um… Let’s go from the start.
The sun is shining, birds busy, François slumbering… ha ha and a piano!
Thanks again for all the messages and for looking in. Have a great day.