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Jackie Lantry
Lives in Paris, France and Rehoboth, Ma
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My yard in spring...
I could look at this stone wall, resting place for an old watering can (that belonged to Auntie Edie,) all day. The blue sky, the singing birds, all reminding me that I am very lucky, that I should count the tiny, daily, blessings in my life. Checkerboard f...
I could look at this stone wall, resting place for an old watering can (that belonged to Auntie Edie,) all day. The blue sky, the singing birds, all reminding me that I am very lucky, that I should count the tiny, daily, bles...
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An Apartment I Can Afford in Paris!
Finally! An apartment I can afford in Paris: http://www.refinery29.com/kitoko-studio-paris-apartment 
Finally! An apartment I can afford in Paris: http://www.refinery29.com/kitoko-studio-paris-apartment 
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FALL, MY FAVORITE NEW ENGLAND SEASON
Fall is gorgeous pretty much any place one the planet. I love the foggy mist of warm earth meeting cool fall morning air. credit: imgur.com credit: nucu credit: javier de la torre
Fall is gorgeous pretty much any place one the planet. I love the foggy mist of warm earth meeting cool fall morning air. credit: imgur.com credit: nucu credit: javier de la torre
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MALASADA? YES PLEASE!
Thank you Holy Mother Mary! Have you ever had a Portuguese Malasada? It is like biting into a sugary cloud. I was instantly hooked.  I think this is Portuguese for "Incredible deliciousness sold here today." I will never forget the first time I tasted a Mal...
Thank you Holy Mother Mary! Have you ever had a Portuguese Malasada? It is like biting into a sugary cloud. I was instantly hooked.  I think this is Portuguese for "Incredible deliciousness sold here today." I will...
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Hot Butter Poppin Eggs One of my best girlfriends, Roberta had a big family just like us (11 kids in hers and 8 in ours). Her Dad built a windmill on the edge of pond and Roberta and I would have "sleep outs" there on summer nights. It was probably a mile o...
Hot Butter Poppin Eggs One of my best girlfriends, Roberta had a big family just like us (11 kids in hers and 8 in ours). Her Dad built a windmill on the edge of pond and Roberta and I would have "sleep outs" there on summ...
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Divine Providence Redux, Saturday July 5th, 2012
Favorite things from the Farmers Market on Hope St. in Providence: Favorite vendor:   Hands down my favorite vendor this week was Mr. Lucas Smith. He describes himself as an "Origamist" and told me he has been practicing origami since he was about 9 years o...
Favorite things from the Farmers Market on Hope St. in Providence: Favorite vendor:  Hands down my favorite vendor this week was Mr. Lucas Smith. He describes himself as an "Origamist" and told me he has been practicing...
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No need to light the menorah this year, these flames are shining bright enough. Check out our hottest Jewish actresses!
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Nobel Peace prize-well deserved!
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Peonies
Peonies This morning the green fists of the peonies are getting ready to break my heart as the sun rises, as the sun strokes them with his old, buttery fingers and they open — pools of lace, white and pink — and all day the black ants climb over them, borin...
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Tiny Antique French Day Bed
Too darling...available in my etsy shop
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Jouons Petanque!
Petanque (sounds like "pay-tonk ", a French game (similar to the Italian Bocce) where the goal is to throw baseball-sized balls (sometimes made of clay, sometimes made of metal) as close as possible to a small wooden ball, called a cochonnet ( Piglet in Fre...
Petanque (sounds like "pay-tonk", a French game (similar to the Italian Bocce) where the goal is to throw baseball-sized balls (sometimes made of clay, sometimes made of metal) as close as possible to a small wooden ball, cal...
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I've been thinking of international retirement communities and this looks good. 
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Dr. Pohl is highly skilled, easy to talk to, makes the most complicated procedure understandable and compassionate (a rare trait in an MD.) I have had three surgeries and never once had a complaint or complication. I recommended him to another family member and she had the same positive experience. His office staff are great too (especially Carol in O.R. booking.)
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We had a geothermal system put in a few years ago. It was a "retro-fit" as our house is over 20 years old. This was not an easy job but the Southcoast Greenlight team made it work. They are expert at all aspects of installation and maintenance of geothermal systems. We love our geo system-it is clean, quiet and efficient and most of all, it is much less expensive that heating oil. I have nothing but praise for Southcoast Greenlight and recommend them without reservation.
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reviewed 2 months ago
The worst Chinese food I have ever eaten. Do not waste your money, time or tastebuds on this place! Family style shrimp came as greasy, partially battered fried shrimp on a bed of limp iceberg lettuce! Singapore noodle had no egg in it and no curry, it was dry and flavorless. We have tried 3-4 times to give the place the benefit of the doubt, but it is consistently awful. Not just bad, but really awful. I'd starve before I'd eat Zeno's II food again. The interior is dirty too. Really disgusting.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
7 Stars is wonderful. In an old brick mill building, it has atmosphere galore, a great outdoor space and really wonderful baked goods and coffee. The bread rivals that that I get in France, the almond croissant is the reason I am slightly pudgy and the lemon cake is amazing-sweet and tart at the same time. My picky daughter loves the sandwiches and I love that you can buy 1/2 a loaf of bread. The counter staff is consistently nice, attentive and speedy, they do a great job.
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Excellent sandwiches, great atmosphere, amazing potato salad and chocolate chip cookies all at a reasonable price.
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reviewed 5 months ago
Delicious food, wonderful service, great prices. The Singapore noodle is addictive! Spicy, with soft rice noodles, a bit of egg and crunchy bean sprouts, the shredded carrot adds a hint of sweetness to the curry. Crab rangoon is the best around, and the spicy fried chicken wings are delectable. I love the rice noodle soup-that thai blend of basil, lime and peanut in the broth is perfect on a winter day when you don't want to cook and want something to warm you up. I also love the family style shrimp. It is coated with lotus flour and deep fried-but it isn't greasy at all, it's stir-fried with veggies that are crisp-sauteed in a light sauce. Service is always spot-on-attentive but not overwhelming. It is always consistently great food. My kids are from China and say this is the most authentic food in the area.
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reviewed 5 months ago
I was pleasantly surprised by the attentiveness of staff, the large, well-appointed rooms with quiet acoustics, the solitude of the surroundings (it is situated amongst rolling hills, stone walls and a large picturesque pond) and the very good food-especially for the price. I cannot think of one negative. Excellent. My family and I like to visit NYC on occasion. We stay about an hour outside the city and take the train in. This is the perfect place to stay for such a trip. I was at the Dolce for a conference and it was perfect-so spacious, the staff was on top of everything and it is clean, clean, clean. Lots of room to sit and think, several fireplaces that add ambiance, overall it's a gem.
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