Does that mean: Look for me or come back soon or the doors open and please close the door when you are done?!
That is so hilarious! Classic, just classic.
What a shame that we can longer even think of doing that in the States.
So carefree and alive... I wish I had that lifestyle!
My high school french came back on me a little upon reading that. Like a bad burrito. Would the delivery person just leave the pckg or come back later? I was a mailman for a couple years and you'd see stuff like that every once in a while in the smaller towns. Some of us would be helpful, some wouldn't.
first off - I love this post. Second. You got married! Oh! I'm so happy for you - I was catching up on your blog and was..like... The Husband? The husband! Happy belated Wedding! Sending you the best from OKC ;)
And that is why I want to leave big city living for a nice quaint village. You are so lucky!
That's hilarious. Tell, do you have a local newspaper? I always find these kind of reads enormously uplifting. I have tagged you in a happiness meme: http://www.metropolitanmum.co.uk/2010/05/spread-the-blogging-love/
Just discovered your blog thanks to MM above!V funny note, have come across similar myself but not quite as - ahem - detailed!LCM x
Oh, that is wonderful, I wonder if he was having a pastis or three in the local bar!XX
Great note.Around here it makes no difference anyway - if we're not in, delivery drivers here just leave stuff by the back door. The next nearest back door is half mile away so I suppose unless the local wildlife wants to pinch it we are pretty safe!
Wonder what the delivery was? Certainly not six-packs, lol. Le village must be petit indeed!