Sunday, December 07, 2008

Here are the things I need to tell you about Paris

1. There are no words to tell you how beautiful every single street is.
2. Everyone there loves their dog as much as I love mine, which is an incomprehensible amount of love.
3. That whole French-people-are-rude-thing really may be a myth. I'm not kidding.
4. Ten hours on a plane is a small price to pay for the experience. Even when the plane is 85 degrees and there are 30 drill team members in blue eyeshadow on your flight. That should tell you how awesome Paris is.
5. If I lived there, I would go to church all the time. I went to Notre Dame three times. And that doesn't even include all the other churches I went to.
6. It is very cold in November. Like really very cold.
7. The Arc de Triomphe rocked my world.

I may be French. It's true. Or maybe I'm just having vision of gaufres.



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'nuff said.

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BaldyLocks said...

You went to Paris! Wow! My friend went there not too long ago and she loved it.

I've been reading through and catching up on your blog. I feel like I really know what you're talking about. Not what you're going through specifically but generally.


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Johnny said...

Don't feel bad...
Enjoy the life we have!
Paris is wonderful place to do that...make the best of it!
Trust me...Enjoy every minute you have, and bless you, that you get to have a little of your life in France...
'nuff said

Missy said...

Miss M, I just found your blog recently and find your writing very inspirational.

I'm usually a lurker but when I saw the Paris photos, I had to comment.

Only been there once but it is so beautiful. And Notre Dame . . . I took my son, who was about 2 yrs. old at the time, inside and lit a candle and prayed that he begin to speak. He had just been diagnosed with autism. He said, "Pooh" as in Winnie the Pooh about three days later. Now he doesn't stop talking.

I'm not a very religious person but I have a special place in my heart for Paris and Notre Dame.


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