Last week school was out for "All Saints Holidays" (strange name for school holidays in a country where showing religious signs in public spaces, especially in schools, isn't allowed), and I had the occasion, to spend a whole day with just my daughter. When you are a big sister it isn't all that easy to … Continue reading Yetis and Music, Walks and Other Smiles
Nano Poblano 2019, here I am!
I still exist. And I want to be back in the world of blogging. The thing is, that in the past blogging went from fun to a chore. Posting regualarly, replying to comments, returning visits, visiting blogs I want to visit... After my mother's death and even more so after the birth of my second … Continue reading Nano Poblano 2019, here I am!
Rare repairs – Hugh’s Photo Challenge: Week 7 – Funny Or Strange Signs
This weekend, my family and I went on a very long walk in Paris, it was our thanksgiving walk. We went to republic and made our way through the sights of flowers and candles by the Bataclan. It was definitely strange, and difficult to grasp (I will probably write about it towards he end of … Continue reading Rare repairs – Hugh’s Photo Challenge: Week 7 – Funny Or Strange Signs
A big thank you!
Oh my, there are two days in my perfect posting month, and I am really struggling. So today I would like to thank you my readers! Thank you for reading, thank you for encouraging me to write and be creative. Thank you for all your comments and compliments! (I will try to make my way … Continue reading A big thank you!
If we were having coffee 28 November 2015
If we were having coffee, then I would tell you that I am about to step outside, to go to my parents' apartment to see my family. So that means that I won't be around much. Yesterday we celebrated Thanksgiving, it was great with a lot of good food. Today the celebration continues, we will … Continue reading If we were having coffee 28 November 2015
Horrible Teachers No Girl Wants To Have
Last week, I read the post The Thing All Women Do That You Don't Know About by Gretchen Kelly and an avalanche of memories came back. Not just this post triggered them, there is also the fact that recently I have been thinking a lot about teaching, good and bad methods, about teachers good and bad. So I … Continue reading Horrible Teachers No Girl Wants To Have
Thanksgiving Today is Thanksgiving, a celebration that my family fully embraced while living in the US and exported to Europe. My first Thanksgiving was celebrated 15 years ago in New York with my mom's cousin. I don't recall the turkey, the food or anything really. I have a small recollection of the decoration of the … Continue reading Thanksgiving
Even though our trip to Normandy this September was very short in days, we arrived a Monday and left a Wednesday after all, we definitely managed to make the most of our trip. In the morning before heading home, we purchased a lot of fish and headed for a walk along the seaside. It was … Continue reading Poetic Images
How to make a blogger happy
There are many ways you can make a blogger happy. Maybe you have a friend or family member who blogs. It is not necessary that you blog yourself to make another blogger happy. Follow their blog, no need to join a blogging platform to do that,all of the people who follow my blog by email are … Continue reading How to make a blogger happy
Last week, on the lookout for positive images from Paris, I came across something that was both beautiful and sad. Maybe sad is not the right term, maybe melancholic. I don't stare at the ground, but keeping a vigilant eye is important as there can be some minor accidents regarding shoes, it has gotten a … Continue reading Chalk Lines