The first two weeks of August have not been as quiet as I thought it would be, but that does not mean I had to work my fingers to the bone either. Far from it!
I had barely set foot in Brittany that I had agreed to a shooting for our public television, TF1. Some of you might think this kind of exercise to be easy and light, but I can assure you it was not at all. Filming non-stop from dusk to dawn meant some busy days and short nights. I don’t mean I felt I was sent to the galleys but I was glad the film crew cope with the rookie I was and still am. Read more “Shortly back at work”
After travelling over 5000km of asphalt across Canada, we finally arrived in Montreal, (Quebec), where our flight was awaiting to take us to Paris. Well, “awaiting” is a big word, as the company that was supposed to fly us to Paris and that arbors the slogan “Ouvrons d’autres horizons” (Open new Horizons) didn’t seem to want and open anything to us… barely open a window maybe, but with the most obvious lack of good will! Fortunately, once on board and well seated, the flight crew was most professional and pleasant, making us forget the problems we had encountered the previous days. Read more “Back to Brittany”