wow, i had totally forgotten about this - i think it was like a chocolate covered nougat with chunks of nuts

wow, i had totally forgotten about this - i think it was like a chocolate covered nougat with chunks of nuts

Résultats Google Recherche d'images correspondant à http://chroniquesvoyance.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/casimir.jpg

Résultats Google Recherche d'images correspondant à http://chroniquesvoyance.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/casimir.jpg

L'éponge à ardoise dans sa petite boite. Je faisais des trous dans la boite, et je faisais un élevage de coccinelles.

L'éponge à ardoise dans sa petite boite. Je faisais des trous dans la boite, et je faisais un élevage de coccinelles.

De televisie is iets waar ik dagelijks mee bezig ben en ook graag mijn beroep van wil maken.

De televisie is iets waar ik dagelijks mee bezig ben en ook graag mijn beroep van wil maken.

La Noiraude - Séquence l'île aux enfants - Années 70 et 80 " allo, c'est la noiraude....!"

La Noiraude - Séquence l'île aux enfants - Années 70 et 80 " allo, c'est la noiraude....!"

School toiletten. Oh ja.. Deze ziet er schoon uit, maar ik herinner mij ze vooral met bruine plekken!

School toiletten. Oh ja.. Deze ziet er schoon uit, maar ik herinner mij ze vooral met bruine plekken!

Les malheurs de Sophie, by Comtesse de SEGUR by consus-france, via Flickr

Les malheurs de Sophie, by Comtesse de SEGUR by consus-france, via Flickr

Madeleine de Proust / retour en enfance... Odeur familière de ce petit pot de colle !

Madeleine de Proust / retour en enfance... Odeur familière de ce petit pot de colle !

Trips to France. I used to go to Brittany each Easter and October with a group of kids from my home area and our local vicar. He'd never organise accommodation and for food, he'd knock on a door and ask people to feed us, especially first breakfast on arrival. Then we'd go and sing in the local hypermarket to raise some money for our trip. We'd have to sleep in his small Renault car sometimes too. I can't imagine this being allowed nowadays, but it was a brilliant adventure.

Trips to France. I used to go to Brittany each Easter and October with a group of kids from my home area and our local vicar. He'd never organise accommodation and for food, he'd knock on a door and ask people to feed us, especially first breakfast on arrival. Then we'd go and sing in the local hypermarket to raise some money for our trip. We'd have to sleep in his small Renault car sometimes too. I can't imagine this being allowed nowadays, but it was a brilliant adventure.

I'm the "kiki of all the kikis"! that's how my sister had called me when we were young!' (really, it's not a joke)

I'm the "kiki of all the kikis"! that's how my sister had called me when we were young!' (really, it's not a joke)

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