Mundane Monday: Handle with Love, Care and Tenderness

I love letters, the real ones, on paper. The ones written with a pen, with no “delete” or “spell check”. The ones I can hold and smell, that will never need batteries to come to life. I cherish them like the unique jewels they are, because they come from a time people had time – or at least made time. Back then, an envelope was already telling … Continue reading Mundane Monday: Handle with Love, Care and Tenderness

Mundane Monday Challenge: Look at the bright side

Before you choose what you want to focus on today, remember the Buddha’s words : “What you think you become. What you feel you attract. What you imagine you can create“. So, the barbed wire or the heart shaped shiny leaf? Wishing you all an inspiring week … 🙂 More about the Mundane Monday Challenge right there Continue reading Mundane Monday Challenge: Look at the bright side

Photochallenge: those sharp corners

Not to put too fine a point on it, though this week, we challenge you to show us what “angular” means to you. A corner of New York. After years in Asia, where everything is round, where you watch your words and attitude and can not get angry nor explicitly say “No”, I resented all those pointing signs as orders. All those angles gave me a … Continue reading Photochallenge: those sharp corners

Covert Art: always look up ! Prologue of the book: Wandering in the Swiss forest. Maëlle was busy playing hide and seek with her Dad and her irresistible giggle was so contagious! Her little brother was kicking in my belly, eager to join the fun. Bliss! I found myself mesmerized by this incredible feeling of being a mother. I had never expected to love my someone so deeply and so profoundly, unconditionally, with … Continue reading Covert Art: always look up !

Dreamy Croissants

Weekly Photo Challenge: Dreamy It has been 13 months since I last visited France. Asia has lots of delicious dishes, but there is only so much rice a French can endure. I have been fantasizing about croissants et pains au chocolat for weeks and weeks, and my wildest dreams eventually came true when we visited the Seorae Village in Seoul last week, where half of the French … Continue reading Dreamy Croissants