Monday

I made a poster out of the above photo and gave it to my son when he first bought his house. He has the poster on the wall by the entrance to his house. I also made several pictures of Nantucket Island and put them in a huge window frame that he has near his dining room table. And then a framed photo of Sunapee Harbor.

When he was having some electrical work done in his house, the guy asked if my son was a sailor.

I also made a photo of the above from Paris. I totally love Paris and because I took 4 years of French in school, I can fool people into thinking that I speak fluent French. I know just enough to sound good anyways.

Paris is such a romantic city and I can just picture it, even if I more then likely will never get to see it. I have traveled there in DVD videos and read almost every book I could find on French living and Paris.

Paris is called the “City of Lights”. So very beautiful.

Everything about the place is just totally awesome.

The above breakfast on a balcony with the Eiffel Tower in view is like a dream of all dreams.

Beautiful flower shops in historical buildings must be such a site. Wow.

I could just imagine shopping in the stores along Champs-elysees. All designer boutiques.

So much to see in Paris.

A picnic with French wine. Wow.

Farmers Markets that are just the dream of all farmers markets. ❤

The above flower cart is so French. I just adore it.

Then the little sidewalk cafes. Just so fun to imagine sitting at one of those tables with a coffee and a croissant.

Then the beautiful, historical churches.

Ohh la la! The French crepes.

What a beautiful fountain at the palace-of-versaill.

Then the macarons. What a treat.

I could go on and on. Paris, France is probably one of my favorite dreams. I have friends that have been there and some said that it wasn’t that great. A typical city. But I think that they must not have known what to look for. Even the French language is romantic. So much history and beauty.

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