Vive La France
and all who love her.
After three official days of national mourning the French are getting their mojo back and defiantly eating in outdoor cafes and living life as usual.
Its about LIFE declared L'Alliance in DC insisting that the Beaujolais festival at the Embassy will go on as usual.
France's export of Joie de Vivre to America is a great blessing- and the Embassy in DC dispenses boatloads of it. Last night was no exception to the kind hospitality of the Embassy in hosting yet another climate conference, this time where an undersecretary of USDA spoke on carbon sequestration of effective agricultural policies.
Merci Mill Fois (thanks a Million) again for the kind hospitality. The COP21 conference will go on as planned and the French are building a state of art facility to accommodate some 20,000 anticipated visitors. Paris' Mayor is brilliant and making the city safe, beautiful and welcoming.
The French know how to live-which is why so many people want to live there with them. In their hour of struggle against these threats we should be standing shoulder to shoulder assisting them in the defense of all that is sacred. Countez sur moi.
Long Live France- Vive La France- and all who love her.