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Sunday, June 27, 2010


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Haley, I'm thrilled that you found Open Window and hope you visit often. Sign up for the class you want with Patricia ASAP as her classes fill up quickly. We signed up two years ahead! I've been locked up in Grand Jury duty for a month so haven't had a chance to finish Part two but have started it. I just need to pick the photographs.


I stumbled upon your blog via The Provence Post and I think we may be kindred spirits. Earlier today I found and printed the recipe for Avocado Sorbet & Chilled Tomato Soup, I prepared squash blossoms last night for for the first time and I have been researching Provence all day as I hope to attend Patrica Wells' cooking school for my 40th birthday in 2012. I could have saved much internet surfing time if I had just found your sight first!!!!!

I was thrilled to read the post about your trip and very much look forward to Part 2. Thank you so much for sharing it all.


Ally, Oh the memories, it was such a dream come true.


Great write-up, Claudia; looking forward to reading your second post!


great write up. seems like just yesterday. I forgot how beautiful your photographs were and you completely captured the essence of it.


Thanks Coco and we liked the coincidence in the car park too! What fun you had in Provence... We've enjoyed looking at your 'Open Window' - the photography is lovely. Stay in touch, it's always good to hear from you. The profile picture is by a New Zealand artist friend. Love to you both from both of us


Paul, So glad you enjoyed the trip, working on "more" now.

Paul Angotta

I agree with Barbara - this was awesome. I felt like I was right there with you both on a fabulous trip to a beautiful part of the world. More, please!!


I love my two new "Internet friends" are the first comments thank you both. Stay tuned for part two.

Barbara Andolsek Paintings

This has to be one of the best posts yet. Tres magnifique!!! You transported me to Provence, and it is so timely as my youngest daughter is heading off to Paris this very moment...

Valerie Jardin

Great article. I've never been to a cooking class (maybe I should!) It sounds like it was a lot of fun. What a great location too!

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