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.
Don't look at me like that! I know, I have been a bad coffee sharer lately, I didn't have the time or energy to visit many blogs the last time I participated. And for some time now my 30 to 31 challenge has been a bit dormant. But what can I say? Life gets in the way (kids, work...). If we were having coffee, I'd look up from my cup of tea and tell you that I've had a bike accident.
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
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
If we were having coffee, then I would greet you with a smile and a hug. I would propose that we sit down for a warm cup of tea and a chat. You would probably ask me a whole lot of questions, which is understandable seen recent events here in Paris. I would assure you … Continue reading If we were having coffee 21 November 2015