Nephelibata

(n). Literally “Cloud Walker”. One who lives in the clouds of their own imagination or dreams; one who does not obey the conventions of society, literature or art.     In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge on State of Mind – another take with the same title to be published tomorrow. Another day, another state of mind, stay tuned ..   Continue reading Nephelibata

The French word of the day: Café

The best place to read, to wait, to date, to relax, to meet up, to write … Le Café! where you’ll obviously order … un café! You know you are in a real French café when the waiter won’t bother talking to you ( aside from taking your order) and let you enjoy your precious elixir tranquillement! You know you are in a real French café … Continue reading The French word of the day: Café

The French word of the day: trottinette

Sunny Sunday in the French capital: a perfect day for a lazy brunch and for wandering in parks. Un jour pour faire de la trottinette ! Repeat after me: tro-tee-net! The little scooter is the must have of the Bobo kids, but lots of hipster Dads have theirs too. I tried it, and I really enjoyed the ride. I had really missed the Parisian proper sidewalks, those quiet … Continue reading The French word of the day: trottinette

I only went out for a walk…

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…