And I don't want to miss out on either!
as if this is the way French people leave their houses every day..."
In a playful, headlong style, and with enormous affection for the Bretons, Greenside tells how he makes a life for himself in a country where he doesn't speak the language or know how things are done. Against his personal inclinations and better judgments, he places his trust in the villagers he encounters.. and is consistently won over and surprised as he manages and survives day-to-day trials; from opening a bank account and buying a house to removing a beehive from the chimney--
learning the cultural ropes, living with neighbours, and making new friends...
It is a memoir about fitting in, not standing out; being part of something larger, not being separate from it; following, not leading. It explores the joys and adventures of living a double life."
A brief headsup on some minor language exclamations for those who might want to know
ahead of reading.