“A wedding ring is the smallest handcuff ever made. Choose your prison mate wisely”. Assuming you got this one right, you need a bit more to plan a great wedding: How about the bridesmaids? The venue? The master of ceremony? The guests? Qualities of the bridesmaids: inspired, passionate, motivated, grateful and open minded Whoever said planning your wedding is the best time in your life … Continue reading 4 tips to guarantee a great wedding
I came across a little gem in Fontainebleau. One of those treasure chests dressed like a little shop.. Its mere display was already intriguing enough. The reflection of the church on its window had turned the ballerinas into angels. The beautiful little statues were dancing in the air. From any angle you would stand, the illusion was perfect: the shop was inhabited by angels. I had to … Continue reading The French word of the day : curiosités
Here we finally are! Still struggling with the 7h of jet lag and the 30 degrees of difference. But I have never been so happy to wake up at 4, all energized. Up for a whole yoga session with no kid jumping on my back, in total silence. Getting dressed with layers and layers of heavy wool, wearing my beloved UGG and eventually wandering in the … Continue reading Bienvenue en France!
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
This week photo challenge: refraction Nothing artificial here, just the divine beauty of nature. Autumn in my hometown, Fontainebleau, has this power to make you stop thinking. You become totally grateful for the simple fact of breathing among such blessings. Continue reading Autumn, the year’s most heart warming smile
http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_assignment/writing-101-setting/ The cold air tickles my nose and ears. The sun is my sweetest pashmina, caressing my face and arms. My soul welcomes the forest’s unique flagrance where leaves and nuts fall onto the humid earth. I can feel my heart smiling on every breath I take. I only went out for a walk and time has stopped. The centenarian trees get the perspectives right. … Continue reading I only went out for a walk…