Kitty Treats by Sarah and Choppy Day 19 Advent 2017 You can find more Choppy (and her kitty friend, Schooner) at http://travelswithchoppy.com!
I have mentioned before, that in my family the Christmas tree is revealed on the 24th of December, this way it can be fully enjoyed during the twelve days of Christmas. Some people have the tradition to take it down on Epiphany after letting all the candles burn to the end, others, according to wikipedia, … Continue reading Christmas Decorations… – Hugh’s Photo Challenge: Week 8 – Charity Christmas Tree Topper Challenge
I would like to wish you a very nice Christmas! That you will make a lot of happy memories during these 12 festive days to come, that you will share good times with your loved ones. Let your heart and mind come to peace, feel the magic, and listen to the silence, just like the … Continue reading Merry Christmas! Fröhliche Weihnachten! Joyeux Noël!
A Christmas Kodak Moment By Tara Paray Ever have a Christmas ugly cry? I have, and, yay for me, it was caught on camera! Picture it: sometime in the 80s. Cabbage Patch Kids are all the rage, and that means they can’t be found anywhere! Once a toy store got them in stock, they were gone … Continue reading Advent Calendar Day 7: A Christmas Kodak Moment By Tara Paray
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
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
A week after Veteran's Day, it is suitable to write about the D-Day landings. A few days after the Paris attacks it is too, because the soldiers who lost their lives in Normandy in June 1944 did so to bring safety, peace, freedom, and civil liberties back to continental Europe, something that we must not … Continue reading A walk on Omaha Beach
Not the music, not the hotels, not the pizza topping, no... Last week, while outside I came across a strange phenomenon, a tree that seemed a bit lost. A cherry tree celebrating all four seasons at once! Some leaves were coloured by the advancing autumn, some were green as though in the middle of summer, … Continue reading 4 Seasons in Paris
Fontaine de l'Etoile de Montaigu In the heart of the French kings' hunting grounds one can, under contrition to keep the eyes and spirit open, come across a magical fountain or spring. It is the Fountaine de l'Étoile de Montaigu or in English: Fountain of the Montague Star. Already the name is rich in beauty and fuels imagination... … Continue reading Fontaine de l’Étoile de Montaigu or The Fountain of Love a short story
A little more than 6 years ago I arrived in Krakow, Poland. Ok, it was the 12th of September if I recall correctly. One of my first walks through this beautiful town inspired me to take many, many pictures. There were hidden gems lurking in every corner, everywhere, where I looked there was something to … Continue reading Girl with Lollipop