Wish I could, wish I might. . . . . . but I was there in October and it was lovely. I hope tourists are not put off going - let's face it, no place in this world of turmoil is 100% safe. Life must go on and travel is such an amazing thing if you can do it. "Carpe diem" say I.Peace and joy dear Marsha. Oh - are you going there by chance? If so have a wonderful time.Mary -
Mary, I guess everyone loves Paris, my son went to school at Parsons in Paris for 3 years, loved every moment. No crossing the pond for Christmas too many little grandchildren !!! Merry Merry to you !!!
Merry Christmas Marsha. I would love to go to Paris. Those Weirdo's were there in the eighties. I was followed by some black men with African robes and funny round a pill box colored hats. The Maitre d' at the Moulin Rouge chased them away.
NOT THIS YEAR!But maybe come SPRING!!!!XO
Very Merry Christmas,Marsha!We do it this year:)Look forward......Love you and thinking about you!Xx,V.
Thank you so much for your wonderful comments, each of them mean so much to me. After all, the interaction is the reason we blog. xx's