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Dirty Feet and Rubble in my Hair - Limousin

limousin  Dirty Feet and Rubble in my Hair   because we all love reading blogs about life in FranceDirty Feet and Rubble in my Hair is Roz’s blog which follows on from her Old Blog With The Same Name.

Roz mainly writes about her main interests, her animals, her husband and her home.

And, amongst the more sensible stuff, you can find posts about Bathtub Sledging (surely a sport for the next  Winter Olympics?) and we say Goodbye to Crispy and Bombay (the ducks).

And then, in Roast Duck, we eat them.




Of  course, the duck that escaped the visit to the big duckpond in the sky, has to register her views in… Duck Protest.

And quite right too, I’m sure a bit of protest build up muscle tone and, as a result, the duck will taste even better when it is her turn to visit the big duckpond……

In a post tagged… Cocks, Hens and Inbreeding, I learned about a Cock called Dennis and, in a post aptly named Doh!, I watched Roz glue her hands together (having once super-glued my hand to a computer in front of a client, I can fully sympathise!)

Perhaps more importantly, we learn about life as a paramedic and, even if we already knew it, we find out that every day counts in Harder than Hard.

Although Dirty Feet and Rubble in my Hair is young (in this incarnation), there is plenty of interest in there so….

Why not pop over and visit Roz (and Tam and Tess and… Neil?)

Tell them I said hello and….

Most important of all….

Keep your eyes open for any fit and tasty looking protesting ducks; just about ready to visit the big duckpond……

All the best

limousin  Dirty Feet and Rubble in my Hair   because we all love reading blogs about life in France

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