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Photostory friday - C'est arrivé!

I had to share this with you
as you have all been on this journey with me

This morning just as I was leaving for work
the postman rang the doorbell
he wanted a signature
for this...

Yippee... it's official. I am now British AND French!

My journey has been written through these posts

Visit Mama Geek and Cecily, creators of Photo Story Friday.


  1. Congratulations! That makes you officially one of my most exotic and fancy blog friends. :)

  2. felicitations, mon amie. Where are you going to go first with it?

  3. You finally got the passport and the double nationality. Hurrah!

  4. Jolly good, mon ami! (I'm winging it on the French there.)

  5. C'est magnifique!

  6. Congratulations! Haven't you been working on this for a while now? xo, sallymandy

  7. Fantastique! Fabuleux! Formidable!

    That's you now, that is! Wonderful news, Saz - Another step on life's rich and wonderful journey. Have a fab weekend, my friend xox

  8. Wahoo! I just applied for mine because we are moving to GermanY!

  9. I am so happy for you, Sazzie and of course Pop is as proud as a French Cockerel. I could say all this in French but to write it would take three hours with a dictionary.
    Time to pop over the channel for a day in Boulogne or Calais?

  10. Mes felicitations, aussi, ma chere.

  11. congratulations! (I'm American,and nothing else) Here’s my photo story. happy Friday!

  12. Congrats! I'm sitting here waiting for our British passports to come back - otherwise we might have to travel in Europe as Americans! Agh!

  13. Where's the first place you're doing to use it?!

  14. Yay for you. Bet that feels mighty fine!

  15. I envy you the passport sweetie, it just seems so incredibly elegant and upmarket (sigh)... Is there anyone I can bribe?


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