Saturday, June 17, 2006

Finding home

Well, just to let the few people reading this useless Blue Mountain Blog know: I am staying here, in Japan. Thanks to the wonderful help of friends and the unconditional support of Christophe Gigaudaut and his sweet wife Valentine ( who used to be my student when she was doing her French Baccalaureat), I will stay in the Kansai area and teach French in Osaka and Kyoto. Why? I don't know. I did not try to find anything. Fairies, as-it-isness, fate, whatever did it. So what is next? Sitting, sewing, teaching French, learning the Irish Flute with Hatao and ... Just keep visiting the solitary peak and you'll know.
Kuma.

6 Comments:

Blogger Magda said...

Congratulations, because u deserve it ... Finding home ... what a mission ... France has lost one of her famous teacher, one of her last language-passionned.
U're not so useless than u think. Take me as a proof of that, please.
C ya in OSaka i Hope ;-)

5:05 AM  
Blogger Alain LIENARD said...

Pierre,

quelle heureuse nouvelle! J'espère que ceci nous permettra de continuer de lire tes poèmes et de contempler tes photos (ça c'est très égoiste, pour moi seul) et surtout que ça te permettra de poursuivre ton chemin... wherever it may lead you!
gassho_/\_

9:36 AM  
Blogger oxeye said...

This is good Pierre. You seem so happy there. Be well..

12:43 PM  
Blogger Pierre Turlur said...

Thank you Magda, Alain and Oxeye, your invible presence ( yet readable on this blog)is so precious. Yes I am happy in this beautiful mess called Japan. Maybe because I am a mess too. Be well!

6:59 PM  
Blogger Nicole said...

j'espère retourner au Japon (Kyoto!) aussi bientôt.

2:48 PM  
Blogger Pierre Turlur said...

So, let's get together, I live near Osaka! It would be wonderful to share a few moments together.

12:11 AM  

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