How are you feeling those days? Do you have the freedom to wander in town in eat in restaurants or not just yet? Are you in a homeschooling mode, with no idea of what next month will look like? How are you coping with the current situation? In those times of uncertainty, I have realised that I need discipline and routine to make me feel … Continue reading The (radical) 3 ingredient diet we all need those days!
“The more you read, the more things you’ll know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go”. Dr Seuss In response to Lucile de Godoy quote challenge. The rules are to post 3 quotes over 3 days and nominate 3 bloggers each time to carry on with the challenge. My fab nominees are … Ann from Grubbs n Critters Belle from That Traveling nurse … Continue reading Quote Challenge Day 1: Reading ..
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In the last 10 years I lived many lives, in different eras and in several places: I crossed the US, coast to coast; and I climbed Himalayas, reaching Lassa, in Tibet. Europe was not exception, as I lived some months in Ligurian trees, in Italy, and I took part in the history of the Balkans. Nevertheless,… Continue reading Literatour – A Round the World Trip for free during 1 Year
Was I just being talking to an elf? I don’t even dare opening my fist. When I finally do, I can finally breath again : the Golden key of the castle is here ! The castle is mine till dawn!!! The Palace of Fontainebleau has always excited my imagination. It resonates with warm memories from my childhood, playing hide and seek in its park, eating an ice cream … Continue reading The Golden Key to the Palace of Kings and Emperors
Today’s daily prompt: When reading for fun, do you usually choose fiction or non-fiction? Do you have an idea why you prefer one over the other? *** Do you know the meaning of fiction? It is “literature in the form of prose, especially short stories and novels, that describe imaginary events or people”. Doesn’t it sound like an invitation to travel to you too? Imaginary is … Continue reading The (non existing) Great Divide
http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/hand-me-downs/ Wandering in second hand shops has always been my antidote to stress. I feel like a treasure hunter, completely forget about the external world and lose all track of time. Back home in Paris, the Shakespeare company and the San Francisco Book Company are my refuges, my little heavens. Whenever I feel a bit down, in need of some sign, their alleys of dusty … Continue reading Hand-me-down do cheer me up!