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Spanish Grandpa's in a sand ditch, oh my!

Tiny adventures in Spain:  Today's tiny adventure would be helping a couple of Spanish Grandpa's out of a sand ditch and getting an invite to dinner on my first day of vacation in Xeraco, Spain!  

It had only been a couple of weeks since my first trip to Xeraco, Spain and my very first love affair with the city of Valencia.  My fabulous new friends had invited me back to their home to relax some more near the sea, to explore Las Fallas (one of Spain's biggest celebrations), and to enjoy my first Easter holiday with my new family away from home.   Who would say no to any of that?  Not this gal, so I was heading south of Barcelona on a road trip, hooray!  

It would be the first time I took all transport directly to their current hometown of Xeraco straight from Barcelona.   This journey consisted of a 45-minute train from my wine village to Barcelona, 4.5-hours from Barcelona to Valencia, 45-minutes from Valencia to Xeraco and a cab ride to the sea with the only off-season driver that didn't speak English from here.  Luckily, I had a ton of handy apps to help me along the way, and my gracious hosts awaited my arrival with the one cabby in Xeraco to help me navigate to their home with the driver.   Phew, I made it!  My friends had some work to do at the start of the trip, so I did what I loved best, which was to walk and explore their little beach town by the sea on foot with my trusty camera.  

From this small Mediterranean town, I could see the coastline for the next biggest beach town named Gandia, so I headed in this direction along the beach for an exploratory adventure.  As I made my way down the beach, I veered in and out of the first line of homes and streets if I saw anything interesting along the way.  As I made my way off the beach and over a bridge and then back onto the beach, I saw two older gentlemen drive a big Mercedes in front of me heading straight toward the sand.  While thinking this was odd, it wasn't until I got closer to the beach again that I saw these same two gentlemen and their large car stuck in the sand.  It's like I had a severe case of Deja Vu: a stuck car, two men alone and nobody else helping.  Well, I had to put an end to this lack of citizen chivalry again!  Dun Dun Duuuunnnnnnn!

I saw the two stranded men and darted toward the sand to help them.  Naturally, they were Spanish speaking, and so I did my best with my translator app to communicate with them about how I might help.  As I mentioned, the two men were elderly.  One was now in the driver's seat and the other left by his lonesome to push this massive car out of the sand.  I began to press the vehicle with the cute little Spanish Grandpa to try and move it toward the concrete.  As other people now saw a woman come to the rescue of these two old men, they began to join in to help remedy the situation as a team.  All it takes is one to start an army of good, and that is just what we did!  A surfer camping along the sea came to our aid, along with a couple walking the beach from Scottland.  Together we pushed and pressed and finally got the car back on track to its final destination of Gandia.  Woohoo!  

The driver of the car was so incredibly grateful that he insisted I give him my contact information so he could treat me to a meal on my trip.  What a way to make new friends.  And so, my first day in Xeraco ended with an invite to dinner, which I, unfortunately, had to decline.  But I went to sleep with a smile that night knowing that I had done a little good in the world that day. 

Hi, I am a Bohemian Agent, a Female Traveler full of wanderlust and adventure!  My name is Jeanne Connolly, and this is my travel story.  I hope you join me for the ride.  Bohemian Agent is a travel blog dedicated to inspired story-telling, life after 40, international living and travel experiences as a solo female explorer.  
 
Sending love and adventure your way until the next post.   I'll send one summary email a week on Monday.  Be sure to subscribe to the blog for all our updates.  

xo,
Jeanne, The Bohemian Agent

Happy Father's Day in Spain!

Tiny adventures in Spain:  Today's adventure was celebrating Fathers Day on Spain's calendar and appreciating that my Father's spirit was helping me manifest great things and that his father was doing the same!

It was now Saturday, March 19th, 2016 and the day that Spain celebrates all their loving Father's here (as compared to our celebration in the U.S.A., which was on June 19th this same year).   On this day, I had to stop and raise my heart and hand to the sky for my father, Big Bill, whose soul I had felt was now a guardian angel to me since he had left our world to rest his spirit in a heavenly place.  

I had felt a closeness to my father here in this village as I spent many days walking through a small beautiful cemetery most times that I headed for a stroll through the vineyards.  It was here that I would always check in with him and ask for the guidance I needed to carry on my life in the best manner that I should, being mindful, and always with an awareness to stay very present with myself.  Looking back now, I am not sure who heard these wishes spoken to my dad.  What I do know is that these conversations helped me get a lot of mental clarity and were falling in alignment with a primary natural law for living the life you love called the law of attraction.  Getting clear on what I wanted, setting intentions verbally and in writing than believing that they were mine for the taking were indeed the success formula for the natural law of attraction.   Thank you, Dad, for prompting me to get clear on what I wanted on this new journey abroad and to trust that the guidance was coming to help me along. 

These conversations with my dad were, in fact, heard even if I didn't have his soul's ear listening as I hoped.  I was putting energy and thought into the things that I loved and wanted in my life to allow for them to manifest before me.  So, on this Father's Day in Spain, I had more to be thankful for than I even realized at this time.  I gave a loving shout-out to Big Bill in the sky and another to his father, Vincent who were both actively playing a role in my current ability to manifest great things.  Grandpa Vincent was the reason that I was currently able to live in Spain.  If it weren't for him being born in Ireland (the European Union), I would not have my second passport and the opportunity to call Spain home currently.  Thank you Universe and thank you to my Father and Grandfather today and all days to come for all your gifts. 

Hi, I am a Bohemian Agent, a Female Traveler full of wanderlust and adventure!  My name is Jeanne Connolly, and this is my travel story.  I hope you join me for the ride.  Bohemian Agent is a travel blog dedicated to inspired story-telling, life after 40, international living and travel experiences as a solo female explorer.  
 
Sending love and adventure your way until the next post.   I'll send one summary email a week on Monday.  Be sure to subscribe to the blog for all our updates.  

xo,
Jeanne, The Bohemian Agent

Peacocks, a stranger and Montserrat!

Tiny adventures in Spain:  Today's tiny adventure would be a chance encounter leading me to peacocks and walking new vineyard terrain with a stranger while getting my first glimpse of the beautiful mountain named Montserrat in the Barcelona region of Spain.

Whenever I met new people in the small wine village, it would always be just a matter of time before our schedules aligned again and we would experience a chance encounter in town.  Today would be one of those days.  I would run into the Argentinean that I met back on (American) Valentine's Day when I shared a splendidly flavorful pink cava at Jaume Giro y Giro with this random English speaker and English Academy Director while celebrating America's day for love in Spanish wine country.  

Today, my Argentinean friend was also teaching lunch hour English for one of the big Cava Companies on this beautiful day.  I'd find out that the cava company where we had both just finished teaching backed up to an entirely different set of walking vineyards connecting Sant Sadurni to an even tinier neighboring village.  Hot diggity damn!  This news meant I had a whole new adventure plan ahead of me!  Walking in the vineyards just got a little more exciting from here on out!  

My next walking adventure would stroll me past Peacocks and many other types of domestic fowl in a barn setting.  I would meet a stranger (that spoke minimal to no English), and we strolled and struggled to communicate with one another for a good straight hour together on these winding vineyard trails.  Finally, I would cap this tiny adventure off with my first glimpse of the majestic mountain called Montserrat being responsible for inspiring the names of many young women in this region of Spain.

Hi, I am a Bohemian Agent, a Female Traveler full of wanderlust and adventure!  My name is Jeanne Connolly, and this is my travel story.  I hope you join me for the ride.  Bohemian Agent is a travel blog dedicated to inspired story-telling, life after 40, international living and travel experiences as a solo female explorer.  
 
Sending love and adventure your way until the next post.   I'll send one summary email a week on Monday.  Be sure to subscribe to the blog for all our updates.  

xo,
Jeanne, The Bohemian Agent

I love when the air smells like chocolate in wine country!

Tiny adventures in Spain:  Today's tiny adventure was being propelled through the wine village by the smell of chocolate in the air only to find a chocolate factory, hooray! 

I spent a fabulous five days in Xeraco with my new American pals.  We had so much fun that they invited me back just two weeks later to spend an even longer trip with them to see the Fallas in Valencia and to celebrate Easter together as a family away from home.  Hooray!  That sounded so lovely to me!

In the meantime, I was back in the wine village now, and every so often I was getting some serious whiffs of a delicious chocolate scent in the air.  To the point where I would almost feel summoned to stand on my very tippy toes like in a bugs bunny cartoon and follow the waft of it in the air to determine the sweet destination of its origin.  And guess what I did?  Just that!  I followed the smell to find that Sant Sadurni had its very own Chocolate Factory which had sent most of its chocolate production outside of the village, but on certain days they would still cook up some yummy goodness at the headquarters in wine country.  My little wine village would fill up with the smell of chocolate in the air, and when it did, I would dart for the nearest convenience store to buy a bar of chocolate to satisfy the cravings that were conjured up.  

You can bet your chocolate loving ass; I would eventually find myself at the source for a real sample of what I had been smelling in the air. That day wouldn't be today, but it would be a splendid day indeed when it arrived soon.  

Hi, I am a Bohemian Agent, a Female Traveler full of wanderlust and adventure!  My name is Jeanne Connolly, and this is my travel story.  I hope you join me for the ride.  Bohemian Agent is a travel blog dedicated to inspired story-telling, life after 40, international living and travel experiences as a solo female explorer.  
 
Sending love and adventure your way until the next post.   I'll send one summary email a week on Monday.  Be sure to subscribe to the blog for all our updates.  

xo,
Jeanne, The Bohemian Agent

Supermoon selfies in Xeraco, Spain

Tiny adventures in Spain:  Today's tiny adventure was experiencing the magic and mystery of my first supermoon here in Spain and my first time to Xeraco, Spain!

After the fireworks and Paella in vibrant Valencia, my newest American friends and I traveled back to their beautiful beach front home in a small Mediterranean town named Xeraco in the Valencian region of Spain (about one hour by train from the city center).  I had been invited to stay for five days in this gorgeous place with the most hospitable of friends.  

My American friends are travel bloggers, marketers and a video production company all rolled up into two fabulous mobile peeps with an eye for marketing and an ear for traveling.  I fell instantly in love with their home, their lifestyle, their stories and most unforgettably their hospitality!  Amalia could plan her way around a jigsaw puzzle, and Eric could cook his way out of an Iron Chef competition.  Each of them packs a serious punch solo, but together they are a dynamic duo that cannot be stopped.  And the adventures we were about to begin together as new friends and as a newly formed American family far, far away from our original homes in the U.S.A, we going to be the best experiences yet.  

It was no surprise to me that on this particular union of our newly formed friendship, I would experience my very first supermoon in Spain with these new pals in Spain.  What the heck is a supermoon, you ask?   As astrologer Richard Nolle puts it, it's a new or full moon which occurs with the moon at or near (within 90% of) its closest approach to Earth.  Well, how cool is that?   Godesslife.com says "in ancient spirituality, Pagan, witchcraft, magic and earth-based religion, the connections to the moon are immeasurable.  There are an endless amount of spells to attain everything from love to prosperity.  

So what does all this mean?  It means that the supermoon is supercharged with spiritual energy and with this power comes compelling opportunities to set grand intentions (while honoring our fully rounded silver sister up in the sky)!  Well, hot damn, you can bet your ass this sister was doing just that!  Setting intentions like a boss and dreaming big dreams with my new friends would become commonplace in the friendship that followed and what a beautiful friendship is was going to be!   This seemed like the perfect moment to capture it all with a supermoon selfie and so that is just what we did!    

Hi, I am a Bohemian Agent, a Female Traveler full of wanderlust and adventure!  My name is Jeanne Connolly, and this is the beginning of my travel story.  I hope you join me for the ride.  Bohemian Agent is a travel blog dedicated to inspired story-telling, life after 40, international living and travel experiences as a solo female explorer.  
 
Sending love and adventure your way until the next post.   I post every Monday and Wednesday.  Be sure to subscribe to the blog for all our updates.  

xo,
Jeanne, The Bohemian Agent

Oh vibrant city of Valencia, I love thee!

Tiny adventures in Spain:  Today's tiny adventure in Spain included Valencian fireworks capable of blowing out your eardrums, along with a Valencian Paella that would blow my mind!  

On my way to Xeraco, I had my very first ever-so-exciting pit stop in a town that instantly became my newest favorite in Spain.  That lovely place being none other than vibrant, Valencia!  And what a place it was!  

I'm certain my first experience here was heightened by the personal greeting I received straight off the train from two extremely friendly American faces (and fantastic tour guides named Amalia and Eric from the travel blog called Move to Traveling).  From here I would be guided by my newest American friends to exit the train station only to enjoy instantaneous fireworks timed so perfectly that my arrival here felt like a second personal welcoming from the city of Valencia itself.  The booming sound sensation of Valencian style fireworks is like no other.  Wow!   This firework show is nothing like the kind we are accustomed to at home in the states.  They put the "boom" in booming sensation here in Valencia, Spain, that is pho sho

Valencia is all about pushing the noise barometer when it comes to celebrating with fireworks.  The louder, the better, in this culture!   Valencians do not seem remotely concerned with the light show in the sky that we make all the fuss about in the U.S.A.   It's all about the snap, crackle and pops up in this hood and at decibels pushing the very limits of the human ear's relationship with the sound barrier.   

So, why the fireworks on this day?  As heartwarming as it would have been to say there were all for me, there was a grander plan happening here in Valencia.  This great city of Spain was about to kick off one of the most celebrated events of the year in the Valencia region, and that would be an event called Las Fallas.   Las Fallas wouldn't be coming for a couple more weeks, but the sound barrier didn't get the memo on this day.  Ha-ha.  Valencia had the sound turned up, and the party kicking off every single day begining in early March at 2 pm in Plaza Ayuntamiento straight through until the 19th of March.   Las Fallas is by far one of the unique festivals in Spain.  Naturally, I would have to come back a couple of weeks later to see them for myself and boy do I have tons of great pics to share when I did (here are a couple of sneak peaks).    

In the meantime, I already loved this introduction to Valencia.  The fabulous fireworks followed by a Paella that won my heart as the top ranking in Spain.  The Valencian version is rice with Rabbit and Chicken.  There are many local versions of Paella around the different Spanish regions.  However, this one, in particular, is worth a try if you find yourself taking a trip to the Valencia area of Spain in a distant future.  Wowzer, it was delish and still has a special place in my dreamiest of Paella dreams!  

Hi, I am a Bohemian Agent, a Female Traveler full of wanderlust and adventure!  My name is Jeanne Connolly, and this is the beginning of my travel story.  I hope you join me for the ride.  Bohemian Agent is a travel blog dedicated to inspired story-telling, life after 40, international living and travel experiences as a solo female explorer.  
 
Sending love and adventure your way until the next post.   I post every Monday and Wednesday.  Be sure to subscribe to the blog for all our updates.  

xo,
Jeanne, The Bohemian Agent

8 apps to ease your travels in Spain!

Tiny Adventures in Spain:  Today's tiny adventure would be my first road trip to Xeraco.  I'll share 8 apps to ease your travels in Spain!

And, so the time had come for me to head out on my first road trip to Xeraco to meet my soon to be greatest American buds here in Spain!  Hooray!  It was my first time taking the train system in Spain this distance by myself.  Oh, boy!  Being in a foreign country with a time constraint to catch multiple trains felt a bit daunting its first go-round, but by using a few handy dandy apps, I made it without a snafu just fine!  I began the journey coordinating the train out my tiny wine village into the beautiful city of Barcelona (approx. 45 minutes).  From there I would take the long distance train (approx. 5 hours) straight into Valencia, followed by a third train that would get me into the small Mediterranean beach town of Xeraco (approx. 1 hour).  At the last leg of the journey, I took a taxi service (15 minutes) from the original part of the pueblo in Xeraco to the beach resort area without speaking a lick of Spanish the entire way!  Here's how I did it:

Luckily, I had some handy dandy apps to get the job done!  I was also very thankful that my new American friends took the one taxi service from their beach house to meet me at my final destination (using the only off-season taxi driver in Xeraco who was on their speed dial).  The handy apps that made this journey and many others possible without going into extreme panic include:

  • WhatsApp:  What is it?  It's an app for calling and texting.  You'd be hard pressed to find a Spaniard that didn't use this app to communicate using calls or texts.  Not having this app to coordinate with any local peeps here in Spain is nearly impossible.  Make this a download must if you are spending any length of time in Spain.
  • Rome2Rio:  What is it?  It's a long distance trip planning app that will save your butt going anywhere from Rome to Rio.  You name the place; this app will get you there.  It is unbelievably useful and came highly recommended to me by my travel blogging friends at Move To Traveling located here in Denia, Spain.  
  • Speak & Translate:  What is it?  It's a speaking translator app that will help you communicate with locals in the train or bus stations to make sure you are heading in the right direction or with your taxi driver to get you to your final destination safe and sound.
  • Google Translate:  What is it?  It's a writing translator app.  Use it to translate signs along the way or to help you send What's App messages back and forth to Spanish locals.  Copy and pasting will be a godsend when you need to get a message across!  
  • Google Maps:  What is it?  It's a mapping app.  Use it to pin (save) train station locations when you do a little exploring from the train or bus you just got off.  Use it to get from one station to the next above ground or use it to find that restaurant, hotel or destination that you are heading to by foot, bike, car or train.  
  • Renfe:  What is it?  It's the app for the train line here in Spain.  Use this to find out when your next train is coming or going.
  • Alsa:  What is it?  It's the app for the bus line here in Spain.  Use this to find out when your next bus is coming or going.
  • BlaBlaCar:  What is it?  It's a car share app used all over Europe.  It's not a taxi; It's not Uber or Lyft where everyday peeps become a taxi service (on call).  It is, however, an app for everyday peeps that are already taking a trip to a particular destination and have room in their car to rent you a seat at a lower price than you would usually pay to go by train or bus.  Things to watch for here are baggage limitations if you aren't a light packer.  A quick tip is to use WhatsApp and Google Translate apps to communicate with your Spanish driver regarding your meet up and drop off points.

Happy Travels! 

Hi, I am a Bohemian Agent, a Female Traveler full of wanderlust and adventure!  My name is Jeanne Connolly, and this is the beginning of my travel story.  I hope you join me for the ride.  Bohemian Agent is a travel blog dedicated to inspired story-telling, life after 40, international living and travel experiences as a solo female explorer.  

 Sending love and adventure your way until the next post.   I post every Monday and Wednesday.  Be sure to subscribe to the blog for all our updates.  

xo,
Jeanne, The Bohemian Agent

Americans in Spain, hooray!

Tiny Adventures in Spain:  Today's tiny adventure would be meeting Americans online that would change the course of my entire experience here in Spain.

It was now the beginning of March, and I was about to meet a couple that would quite literally change my entire experience here in Spain more than I could ever imagine!  

Sure, I had been enjoying my fair share of power walks around wine country to discover all things that were right under my nose, but it was time to set these sails onward and outward!  

I had been invited to explore another part of Spain by two wonderful Americans I recently connected with online via mutual friends.  These two lovely people had moved to Spain directly from Denver, CO only six months before my arrival here.  We all shared a mutual connection within the art community back in Denver who insisted that we would fall madly in love with one another as friends and that's just what we did!  

In fact, our "friendship love affair" with life in Spain continues actively to this very day in a city we all currently call home named Denia, Spain (This happens nearly a year into my tiny tales here in Spain).  

For storytelling purposes, let's get back on track to the beginning of my adventure.  At this time, Eric and Amalia called a very quaint Spanish beach town, Xeraco, (on the Mediterranean Sea) home.  It took all but a few email exchanges back and forth with my new friends to land me a five-day stay to meet them in their beautiful home on the Mediterranean.  As I had mentioned earlier, it was now March, and that meant they had scored this gorgeous beachfront home for a song in the off-season at this tiny Mediterranean community.  Xeraco is a community located in the province of Valencia.   Like many coastal towns here in Spain the city of Xeraco is divided into two parts.  The original town and the beach resort, Xeraco Platja.  Guess where yours truly was headed? You knew it was going to be the latter choice, didn't you?  It was straight to that beach resort lifestyle to sink my teeth into some Mediterranean living for a lovely long weekend.

It took me faster than you can say Jack Rabbit to book my ticket and I was counting down the days until I would depart on my first 5-hour train ride across Spain.  Woohoo!  

Hi, I am a Bohemian Agent, a Female Traveler full of wanderlust and adventure!  My name is Jeanne Connolly, and this is the beginning of my travel story.  I hope you join me for the ride.  Bohemian Agent is a travel blog dedicated to inspired story-telling, life after 40, international living and travel experiences as a solo female explorer.  
 
Sending love and adventure your way until the next post.   I post every Monday and Wednesday.  Be sure to subscribe to the blog for all our updates.  

xo,
Jeanne, The Bohemian Agent

The lake at Cordinui Vineyards

Tiny adventures in Spain:  Today's tiny adventure would be finding a walking trail connecting one side of the wine village to the other on the beautiful vineyard trails at Cordinui in Sant Sadurni!  

So, all this talk of a lake surrounded by sprawling vineyards had me chomping at the bit to go exploring again!  One of my students had mentioned she enjoyed running around a lake located in the vineyards at a Bodega called Cordinui.  

Well, alrighty great Genie of all roads, take me there straight away! I summoned my Google Maps to lead the way, and sure enough, I found this great Bodega called Cordinui, but where was this lake they speaketh of?  It didn't take a rocket scientist at this point to figure this was a fabulous question for the visitor center inside the Bodega.  So, I scurried right in and found someone that spoke enough English to point me in the direction of the Lake.  Hooray!  

I followed the road down to the end and turned in toward the vineyards to begin my exploration of this new territory and it was a grand discovery indeed!  Was that a walking trail sign ahead?  This path was looking promising already.  I followed the trail and finally come upon the lake my student had mentioned.  While the lake itself was nothing to celebrate, the path and its potential were!  You see, today I found out that this little gem of a trail connected the wine village from one side straight to the other while walking through beautiful scenic vineyards.  I can't tell you how often that I came here and took this lovely walk and how the tranquility of this wonderful place would calm my soul as nothing else had up until now.

Cavas Codorniu is located at:  Avenida Jaume de Codorníu, s/n, 08770 Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, Barcelona

Phone: 938 91 33 42

Hi, I am a Bohemian Agent, a Female Traveler full of wanderlust and adventure!  My name is Jeanne Connolly, and this is the beginning of my travel story.  I hope you join me for the ride.  Bohemian Agent is a travel blog dedicated to inspired story-telling, life after 40, international living and travel experiences as a solo female explorer.  
 
Sending love and adventure your way until the next post.   I post every Monday and Wednesday.  Be sure to subscribe to the blog for all our updates.  

xo,
Jeanne, The Bohemian Agent

Just a couple of jackasses in wine country!

Tiny adventures in Spain:  Today's tiny adventure would be a union of jackasses in wine country.

Most who know me might describe me as being a giant jackass.  I'd like to think that those same folks would go as far as describing me as their all-time favorite jackass, but the title nonetheless remains the same.  Total jackass!  

Today, I would find a few other actual donkeys on my daily walk in the wooded vineyards.  You see I was becoming quite the expert on getting my students to reveal the secrets of wine country during my lessons.  I would love getting them talking about their favorite things, places, walks, restaurants, etc.  During a recent class, one of my students revealed that she loved running in the vineyards.  Now, hold on just a minute!  Running in the vineyards? Where the heck was there enough vineyard to run?  I had discovered my fair share of short little walks lined with grapevines in this place, but sprawling vineyards?  I thought that I needed a car to see such things.  

Well, who was the jackass now?  I believe you know that I was implying, it was yours truly again!   My students had informed me of a lake that people walked around that came surrounded by sprawling vineyards.  Now, for someone that while trying to retain the title of Indian Jones of wine country, I was falling a bit short not having not found this bespoken treasure.  So, I was on the hunt again!  Today I would wind through that amazing cemetery I had discovered the week prior, and then I found myself crossing over what seemed to be a busy road leading to a dead-end.  But was it a dead-end?  

Of course not people!  It was the beginning of discovery, yet again!  However, today, it would not be the lake that I discovered (although it was so close I could taste it).  Instead, I would find a couple of real jackasses that called an upper wooded trail in this vineyard home.  As I walked by them, I found myself waving to them and then giggling at my assinine behavior.  In the end, it seemed it was the title of jackass that stuck to me like glue even through my attempts to replace it with a much cooler title of the Indiana Jones of wine country.

Hi, I am a Bohemian Agent, a Female Traveler full of wanderlust and adventure!  My name is Jeanne Connolly, and this is the beginning of my travel story.  I hope you join me for the ride.  Bohemian Agent is a travel blog dedicated to inspired story-telling, life after 40, international living and travel experiences as a solo female explorer.  
 
Sending love and adventure your way until the next post.   I post every Monday and Wednesday.  Be sure to subscribe to the blog for all our updates.  

xo,
Jeanne, The Bohemian Agent

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