Farewell: This blog served 6 long years and while it had its merit, it is at least temporarily on hold.
La puce takes a break doing other stuff, also known as life. It goes on. In the meantime, the old content stays. Who knows if it is not to someones joy.
Was war der Name, den Du bevorzugt hättest?
Mein Lieblingsname als ich das Blog eröffnet habe, war ja “quoique”. Bedeutet so viel wie “obwohl” und ist eins meiner Lieblingsworte im Französisch. Kann man eigentlich gar nicht so richtig übersetzen.
Mittlerweile finde ich aber, dass die ‘zweite Wahl’ “lapuce” viel besser zu mir und dem Blog passt. Ich spring schon ziemlich viel in der Weltgeschichte herum…
Internet est un superbe outil. Je ne vais sur ton blog que ce soir, 4 Mars 2007.
Un vrai moment de bonheur.
Merci d’avoir donné aux gens qui te connaissent la possiblité de voir ces photos magnifiques et de t’y retrouver un instant , bronzée et souriante, au détour d’un clic.
Comme une rencontre par hasard et avec le même plaisir.
La lumière (les lumières) qui ont éclairé
la puce là-bas ne te quitteront jamais.
Merci, la mademoiselle de Magdebourg.
In einem Blog, das ich vor Urzeiten gerne gelesen habe (alifeuncommon, gibbet aber nich mehr), gabs immer die “Friday Five”. So eine ähnliche Idee ist die Vier-Dinge-Geschichte hier ja auch. Finde ich gut. Klaue ich mir. 🙂
Sure, take it! Hope to read soon more from you!
(By the way, this “four nanana” thing was once a “Stöckchen” I stole from another blog)
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I just found your blog via Anke Gröner. I like what I read and will certainly come back.
I liked especially, how you succeeded in naming 7 places for the question “4 places I would like to visit…”, but still making it look like you actually named 4 😉
Have a nice 2008!
Thanks for the nice comment. As you may have seen I also named more than four films, more than four serie and more than four things to eat.You are the first to notice this or at least to make a comment about it.
4 whatsoever was a bit limiting after all. It’s supposed to give a certain frame. I’ll remember it whenever I rework the “About”.
Have fun, la puce
Haha, don’t get me wrong. I do not mind, that there are more than four items per category … the opposite is true, why restrain yourself from expressing what you like.
Don’t worry – I got it right. I had a look on your blog yesterday, we just started writing about the same time. See you around!
Well, assuming, that you refer to the archive links on the right, I have to clarify something. They are restricted to 14 entries for me; actually my blog has had its 4th birthday last month and this would make the list rather long showing nearly 50 months 😉
The first month was December 2003, but actual content started only in January.
Puh … that old already 😉
OK, good to know. You are much older than I am, bzw. your blog is. I’m still surprised that mine is going on as I planned stopping it after coming back from South Africa….
I’ll have to find a way of organising the archive by years and than by months because you are right, that after a while, it is just too long to be shown.
Another things to be done – good!
Thank you for sharing this blog with me. It makes me wish I was in Europe! -Benton
Let me know if ever you make it over the Atlantic and I’ll show you around!
in “Du coq à l’ane”, you most likely missed a circumflex 🙂
G, 22:15 Danube Time
That is correct. Thank you very much; I’ll fix it.
Im Carmel. im a resident in New Zealand for 8 yrs now.Im a nurse.Ive stumbled across your blog while serving the net,I read your blog to ur auntie complaining about Xhosa language and the difficulty u encountered trying to fit in..i agree,,then i saw u mentioned something in french.u c im learning french..and i was struggling to find out what u mean with the word la puce and why would u call yourself a flea but thru searching i found d meaning..we have a few things in common..i was born in sSA ,CPT..im a cape colored & would like to learn xhosa myself,my 1st language is aftrikaans,,i will register to your site if im allowed & being accepted by u.ive been on the pc now 4 few hrs so ,exuse my english..May b u cud teach me french & xhosa hehe….u hav a nice day..talk to u later…take care
Thank you so much for your friendly comment Carmen! It’s great to have someone from New Zealand reading my blog. I learned so much in South Africa; the first and the last was how little and how much the skin colour could matter depending on the circumstances…
For the French: Good luck, the best is to go for France, lock yourself up in a Frenchspeaking environment for a few months. That helps 🙂