Living in France? Sacred Blue!
by Terence W. Lott
Having decided to live in France on their retirement, the Lotts had many unforgettable and amusing experiences. They searched for the perfect home and found it in Conques-sur-Orbiel and spent six very interesting, enlightening and happy years there with their menagerie of two dogs and eight cats.
With their only modest grasp of the language, initially they struggled to make meaningful everyday conversations. Setting up services in their home proved to be challenging - from buying furniture, to installing television and computer, and even to enlisting professional help.
The author shares unexpected aspects of life in France that will amuse his readers but will surely bring back familiar reminiscences to anyone who has had such experiences.
Living in France? Sacred Blue! by Terence W. Lott gives unusual and surprising insights into French living and the people of France and their ways which are not always obvious to the holiday visitor, but which are witty and entertaining for his readers.About the Author
Born and raised in Southampton, England, Terence W. Lott moved to the United States of America and worked as a teacher at Rye Country Day School in Rye, New York. He is now retired and spends his time with his wife of fifty-three years in their home in Englewood, Florida.
(2013, paperback, 160 pages)