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April 08, 2008

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materfamilias

Impressive -- grace under pressure! I'm sure I would have freaked in such circumstances. Sounds as if you're already displaying convincing confidence which is creating a great ambience -- can't wait to check it out.

yaiAnn

Hurray for Julien!

Pardon My French

Way to go zen mama! I know I wouldn't have been so calm.

Alice

Wow, Aimée, it sounds like you came through that scare with flying colors! And did a great job, as always -- I would have totally panicked, I'm sure of it!

I'm sorry I still haven't had a chance to make it out to your café -- I will definitely stop by VERY soon, perhaps when you least expect it! ;-) I can't wait to see your wonderful salon de thé in person...

Stefanie

You totally kept your cool! You didn't look phased at all - and the customers certainly didn't seem mind. A real pro!

Stefanie

You totally kept your cool! You didn't look phased at all - and the customers certainly didn't seem mind. A real pro!

The Bold Soul

"Zen and the Art of Café Ownership" -- sounds like a book you will need to write, a year or so from now!

I guess you could be glad the fuse blew on a Sunday when Julien could come over and fix the problem. Maybe you need a week-day back-up plan? But good for you for keeping your cool throughout.

I will start setting aside books and magazines for the café!

Anne

So pleased you kept your cool..not good to panic. :-)

Great idea having the books there, I go to a small place in Oxford who has magazines, ideal for people who have to lunch on their own :-(

Btw, I am following you on twitter. Hope you add me to your twitter.

cyn

you are my heroine!!!

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