The teargas had us coughing and crying. Our path was sprinkled with protesters about to engage in a streetfight. When we finally put some distance between us and the angry mob, the fresh air of the empty park was a very good reason to smile. Still, we did not linger, we wanted to feel the city's pavement and cobblestones beneath our feet. This weekend my family and quite a few friends of my family joined us for an amazing Thanksgiving dinner. There was everything: turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, and so on.
I have been a bit absent from blogging over the last few days. I was traveling over the weekend, this means that I will be doing some travel posts soon. Yesterday morning, I opened my letter box and found a marvellous surprise, a small parcel. Without opening it I already knew what was inside and … Continue reading A Book and An Angel – #weeklysmile
If you have traveled to Paris, you might have come across the concept store Colette located in Rue Saint Honoré. If you are a fashionista, then it is rather probable that you know Colette even if you have never been to Paris. Since 1997, the store with the two blue dots had been a place … Continue reading My Colette Surprise
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
Opening the first door As far back as my memory reaches, there has been a nice Advent Calendar to make the wait before Christmas more bearable. When I was very young, my grandmother was the person who filled up the little bags of the handcrafted advent calendar, that had been used by her children in … Continue reading Advent Calendar Day 1: Opening the first door