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On the Eve of change

Today belongs to Saint Sylvestre on the French calendar, and
New Year’s Eve is the second ‘réveillon’ (after Christmas Eve)
– where staying awake to see in the new day, as in many parts
of the world, is part of the fête that officially delineates
the end of one year and a new beginning, as we write on the
pages of our new ‘agenda’ or diary.

Looking back, and then forward to what lies ahead, as December
draws to a conclusion, accompanied by ‘a burst of magic fire
in the sky’ – what wonders will 2013 bring we enquire?

Our creations, as we set forth our desires; winging their way into
the ethers before they then find form – coming back down to earth,
as the new year is born.

Change

Change

Mon seul desir...

Mon seul desir…

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This entry was published on December 31, 2012 at 4:13 pm. It’s filed under Art, Country Life, Culture and Arts, Europe, Expat, Fête, France, French Culture, Holiday, Languedoc Roussillon, Nature, South of France, Thoughts, Writing and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “On the Eve of change

  1. mesarapugs on said:

    Blessings to you for a wonderful year ahead filled with adventure and good health xx

  2. …And the same right back to you, across the world and in to your living room, may your lives be enriched by many warm blessings (:

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