As I read articles about gas shortages, and hear stories of long treks to work and missed activities, I miss it. I miss being a city that pulsated with life and history, that ebbed and flowed with the whims of a fickle and passionate people. I miss the art and history, the beauty and culture, la vie parisienne. I miss my beloved Parisian friends, my precious church, and my tiny chambre de bonne at the top of 8 flights of stairs.
Fall has come to Kentucky, and it is beautiful. Last week I took a long crunchy leaf walk, and I couldn’t stop thinking about 2 other beautiful falls that I spent in Paris. So here is a fall picture, one from which I am now very far, but to which I will forever feel exceedingly close.
Oh my word. I just was overwhelmed by missing Paris for you. Go back so I can visit you again.
These same things do NOT make me miss Paris 🙂 haha but I do miss being in Paris with you there 😉
Paris me manque aussi, mais c’est comme tu dis–il reste toujours avec toi, dans ta mémoire et dans ton coeur!!! Je t’aime!!!!
Also, I still love that picture 🙂
Great photo. Just got back from two weeks in France, much of during the strikes but we managed to miss a lot of the troubles.
There is one thing that the Paris autumns did not have – your family.