Paris Dreaming


This is the last photograph I took before leaving Paris. It was extremely early before the sun was awake. I needed to have a few moments reflecting and say my gratitude to the city. Its blurred for a reason (do not adjust your screens) It was a perfect way to sum up my 5 weeks in Paris. Dreamy, beautiful, and magical. I had no expectations this time when arriving in Paris. I had a few goals and projects I was hoping to work on. I spent everyday living to the fullest. I jumped puddles in the rain and sat at cafes laughing with friends. As I sat at the CDG airport waiting to leave dreamland I tears fell down my face. They were not tears of sadness but happy tears. I am so grateful I was able to take this journey and I know I will be back very soon. After all I do have a book to finish! πŸ˜‰

paris seine blur


5 thoughts on “Paris Dreaming

  1. Lola

    I’ve truly enjoyed all your posts & pictures. As a Paris-lover myself, your writings bring the city of light and love home to me in a way few blogs do. I thank you for that gift, and I await you book!

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