Friday, February 4, 2011

Would YOU eat a snack from this café?

Son 1 took the camera with him to his psychomotricien's appointment on Tuesday so that he could photograph this for you:Personally, we don't find it a very appetising name for an eatery...
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Psychomotricité isn't very well-known outside France, it seems, but it's a very logical combination of therapy/education relating the functioning of the mind to physical and spatial coordination difficulties etc - Son 1 goes for help with his coordination as he's dyspraxic, but there are a good number of children with ADHD there too - I think it's wonderful support.
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And, Sarah: You want moss, you got moss! Sarah from Red Gingham suggested my tulips in the chamberpot needed some moss to keep them company, and I admit it, she was right...
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Have a lovely weekend, and don't forget to enter my OWOH giveaway.

9 comments:

Sarah - Red Gingham said...

Oh good girl Flossy! I'm sure they will provide you with many more flowers for your trouble.

That sign is very very odd. I think it's a very confusing one. I wonder if they get many customers?

Rebecca S. said...

Oh, the beauty of translation! Very funny sign.

Anne said...

Cute sign, but I would pass on eating there. :-)

Josie-Mary said...

I don't think I would eat there!! x

Betty said...

Snack & Foot - could be a bit cheesy I think! I wouldn't eat there!

marigold jam said...

Having lived in France I know that foot doesn't mean cheesy feet at all but it still doesn't look that appealing to me!

Jane

Jan said...

It certainly doesn't look too appetising does it? Still, we know that some of the best food in France quite often comes from rather insalubrious looking premises. It's a shame that English is ever more creeping into the lovely French language, though.

VintageVicki said...

The name would put me off and also the references to football - we've a football free household :)

However if it was rugby it might be different ;)

Interesting to read about the help your son gets - my eldest is assumed to be slightly dyspraxic but by the time it was mentioned they decided to leave him as he's developes coping mechanisms.

The Curious Cat said...

Ho ho! That is pretty funny! Yeah not so tempting for a lunch or dinner time meal...xxx