¡Feliz Año Nuevo! Bonne année ! Happy New Year!

After a short absence, I decided to update my blog/website for future visitors! I resolve to add a few articles on this home page in coming weeks or months. One should be published soon, and I will certainly post it here for you to read!

Lorsque c’est possible, je ferai un effort à écrire un résumé des articles en français afin que vous ayez le fil principal du contenu.

Voy a hacer un esfuerzo de hacer un resumen de los artículos en español para que comprenda la idea principal del contenido.

I look forward to reading your comments and perhaps communicating with you!

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