LET’S TALK ABOUT JANY PEDINIELLI, AN EXCEPTIONAL WOMAN WE SORELY MISS
It is filled with sadness and with too much emotion that I begin to write this article. Le Petit Immo this quarter has a beating heart, and eyes filled with melancholy. Oh I know she wouldn't.
I'm going to tell you about Jany Pedinielli, she's a bit of our grandma, she's a bit of our mom, she's a bit of a friend, she's first and foremost an exceptional woman who we sorely miss now.
Jany, she was discreetly, the one who wrote, corrected, translated these few pages, but not only.
Jany, is the Mediterranean, it's first and foremost a smile, an intelligence, it’s adventure, it's commitment, it's the heart on the hand and the hand extended to the other, always.
She left, as if by mistake, she left and, we poor fools, we remained stunned, forbidden and dumbfounded.
She has spent her entire career in public education, her trademark? A committed vision, useful actions, kindness to spare and good humor. Jany, none of her students have forgotten her, she has marked them all with respect.
A life turned towards the other, towards culture, towards the theater which she greatly appreciated. But her life was dedicated to her artist husband whom she loved so much, whose work and talent she admired. Her daughter was her greatest pride, and the foundation of her joys, her grandchildren her greatest happiness.
She left, without wanting to, she left and, we happy fools, we didn't have enough time to tell her all our love, all our admiration, all our affection, and all our respect.
On the port and its surroundings, a district dear to her eyes, from where she contemplated the sea at every moment, in this soothing blue, she built her family, loved her friends, changed mentalities. Feminist from the start with her acolytes who over the decades have gone from friends to family naturally. They never laid down their arms, they never let go, or left. Jany is fidelity.
She went away, without wanting to, she went away and, we are orphans now!
For those under thirty in the neighborhood, Little Yellow and Little Blue, it was Jany who read them, the books it was Jany who initiated them, later, it was the baccalaureate that she had them revise, the English lessons were given by Jany, she was the best of the best English teachers.
She went away, without wanting to, she went away and we became "drowsy"
I have a legacy first of all, the incredible luck of having crossed her path one day in February 2000,
We have in luggage, so many memories in our purse,
We have in our memories, all the lessons of life, the stories she told to the little ones,
We have his keen eye, her legendary indulgence, and her generosity well grounded in the bottom of our hearts,
We have battles to defend and her determination as an example to lead them.
We have all the rest of our lives to talk about her, to make her sing, to laugh, and we have rosé because, let's drink, it gave us a good reason to get together.
Jany, thank you