Off on Honeymoon

My honeymoon – like quite alot of things in my life – is mildly unconventional.

For a start, I am leaving ahead of my groom (by two weeks). Though we are rendezvous-ing. In south west France.

But it is timely. Not least because we have been married for nearly twenty years.

But also because we have both reached Outpost Burnout.

Getting away, a long, long way away, seemed prudent.

A bientot x

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19 Responses to “Off on Honeymoon”

  1. Mozi Esme's Mommy Says:

    I do hope you have a WONDERFUL time!

  2. doglover Says:

    Great idea! I hope it all goes well! Nice part of the world to do it in! And a chance to get to know your groom after such a short time … !

  3. Lindsay Says:

    Have a lovely time. I lived in Bermuda for a number of years and we contracted ‘island fever’ as we called it and it was a must to have a holiday away from a holiday island.

  4. cat Says:

    Have a honey of a time. Both of you surely deserve it.

  5. Janelle Says:

    ah babes. have a FANTASTIC time. i know you will! and keep posting from there if you get a chance! lots love xx janelle

  6. Potty Mummy Says:

    Have a wonderful time, drink plenty of the local red medicine…

  7. Teena Says:

    Clearly the challenging restaurant was the last straw! Have a good break. t.x

  8. Millennium Housewife Says:

    Waiting 20 years for a honeymoon? You’re one patient lady.. MH

  9. Mud Says:

    Have a FABULOUS time! A bit of relaxation and local vino will be just the ticket.

  10. Roberta Says:

    Take pictures!

  11. R. Sherman Says:

    Have fun.

    BTW, I spent my honeymoon in France and had a great time.

    Cheers.

  12. Hadriana Says:

    Yep. We had 3 days of honeymoon in Cromer and hubbie’s parents kept ringing us up and it rained! We had a better go when we stayed at the Mena House, Cairo, Egypt. Much better and hotter. No telephone contact. Hope yours is as good or even better! “Cin. Cin.” as the Italians say…

  13. Irene Says:

    I hope you have a wonderful time, but what do you do with the little one? Is someone going to take care of her or does she get to come?

    The south of France is so civilized, you will think you have died and gone to heaven, not meaning to imply that you live in some backward, heathen place, of course. Bu there will be luxuries, oh yes.

    Have lots of fun. See you when you get back.

  14. Iota Says:

    Have a lovely time. We’ll all miss you.

  15. Maggie May Says:

    Hope you come back really refreshed & enjoy the break.

  16. nuttycow Says:

    Hoorah! Hope you’re having fun.

    I’d like a suitably tacky gift please.

  17. reluctantmemsahib Says:

    Thank you all, thank you all very much. I am awaiting the groom’s arrival; isn’t the bride, ancient and greying as she is, supposed to be the one who keeps everybody waiting?

    I have never been to that part of France; only the chilly north – Brittany during an Easter holiday break from school. It was miserably cold and wet.

    Irene – wee one will stay with her grandmother, being spoiled rotten doubtless.

  18. kizzie Says:

    Have a great time!
    Great blog btw

  19. Back to the Future « Reluctant Memsahib Says:

    […] A friend phones to catch up. My husband says, ‘Would you like to speak to my new wife?’ […]

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