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    23 Jun '18 14:21
    Originally posted by @wolfgang59
    The first day of summer missed you!
    Where were you?
    FALLing in love.
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    26 Jun '18 17:212 edits
    Originally posted by @great-big-stees
    FALLing in love.
    Best way to fall. Should be done again and again without delay. 🙂
  3. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    29 Jun '18 09:17
    Originally posted by @torunn
    Best way to fall. Should be done again and again without delay. 🙂
    The fall's OK.
    It's the landing that hurts.
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    29 Jun '18 09:48
    Originally posted by @wolfgang59
    The fall's OK.
    It's the landing that hurts.
    That is so true. As long as we're still falling, it's fine - the landing is soon forgotten.
  5. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    29 Jun '18 10:12
    Originally posted by @torunn
    That is so true. As long as we're still falling, it's fine - the landing is soon forgotten.
    Depends on what one lands on.
  6. SubscriberWOLFE63
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    29 Jun '18 10:14
    Originally posted by @torunn
    That is so true. As long as we're still falling, it's fine - the landing is soon forgotten.
    Like the old saying goes: A fool and his fall...are soon parted.
    So, if love is for fools...bring on the Fall.
    It's getting hot in here this Summer. 😛
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    29 Jun '18 10:312 edits
    Originally posted by @wolfe63
    Like the old saying goes: A fool and his fall...are soon parted.
    So, if love is for fools...bring on the Fall.
    It's getting hot in here this Summer. 😛
    Love can be waiting around the corner, you never know - be ready, or 'expect the unexpected'. 🙂
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    29 Jun '18 11:32
    Originally posted by @torunn
    Love can be waiting around the corner, you never know - be ready, or 'expect the unexpected'. 🙂
    Yes indeed Torunn, the unexpected presents us with a prime motivation for living and learning. There's no reason to expect that love is excluded from what impels us.
  9. SubscriberWOLFE63
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    29 Jun '18 11:34
    Originally posted by @torunn
    Love can be waiting around the corner, you never know - be ready, or 'expect the unexpected'. 🙂
    By the way, how was you holiday? I missed your smiling face in the GF posts. Welcome back! 🙂
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    29 Jun '18 11:50
    Originally posted by @wolfe63
    By the way, how was you holiday? I missed your smiling face in the GF posts. Welcome back! 🙂
    Thank you, nice to hear. 🙂
    I had a great holiday with my Swedish friends living in St Paul-de-Vence, Nice. She is an excellent cook and her husband is a wine connoisseur, I was in very good company. We spent a few days visiting interesting art galleries in Nice and Aix-en-Provence.
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    29 Jun '18 12:50
    Originally posted by @torunn
    Thank you, nice to hear. 🙂
    I had a great holiday with my Swedish friends living in St Paul-de-Vence, Nice. She is an excellent cook and her husband is a wine connoisseur, I was in very good company. We spent a few days visiting interesting art galleries in Nice and Aix-en-Provence.
    I've never been that far South in France. It sounds splendid. I've heard that the Riviera is a similar but modernized version of the Cinque Terre in Italia.
    I hope to see it one day.
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    29 Jun '18 13:13
    Originally posted by @wolfe63
    I've never been that far South in France. It sounds splendid. I've heard that the Riviera is a similar but modernized version of the Cinque Terre in Italia.
    I hope to see it one day.
    It's been many years (50+) since my sojourn to the area but if it hasn't changed much, it's well worth the effort to visit it. ( a nice red wine, some cheese and a fresh baked loaf of bread...MMMMMM!)
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    29 Jun '18 15:361 edit
    Originally posted by @great-big-stees
    It's been many years (50+) since my sojourn to the area but if it hasn't changed much, it's well worth the effort to visit it. ( a nice red wine, some cheese and a fresh baked loaf of bread...MMMMMM!)
    That is perfectly fine too - but as you know, when in Rome do as the Romans do. I may even have learnt something, for a while at least.
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    29 Jun '18 15:53
    Originally posted by @wolfe63
    I've never been that far South in France. It sounds splendid. I've heard that the Riviera is a similar but modernized version of the Cinque Terre in Italia.
    I hope to see it one day.
    I have only been to France a few times - once in Paris and a few times in Nice. South of France is special - so much beauty and art.
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    29 Jun '18 22:26
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    When are the details coming?

    I was gonna ask this a week ago, but didn't.
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