>good weather

>This is just a post to show im still around. I haven’t forgot you my dear and oh-so-dedicated readers. I’ll be back soon, maybe already tomorrow after my visit to the Monet gardens in Giverny….

>Sunday – a day for rest?

>When a young girl in Sweden, I remember that all stores closed in the early afternoon on Saturdays. Errends had to be taken care of during the week or in the morning hours of that…

>Magnifique!

>I need no more. I’m done, I’m well, je suis contente! I fell upon the most magic evening. A friend and I went to Belleville to watch the open ateliers – once a year the…

>*******Vive l’Europe!*******

>What is up in rest of Europe? France is in celebration mood after the somber rememberance of the victims of the second world war yesterday…8th of May and 61 years since the war ended. Here…

>Get inspired by George W. Bush

>Bush is often critizised for being a stupid guy. This week, he didn’t try to prove anyone wrong, he just went with the flow. Do as Bush, embrace what is you. Do as Bush, love…

>Routines

>These little hang-ups that form a life. When you go to live somewhere new it is like blowing your routines up with a big bang. But the funny part is that when the dust settles,…

>When chestnuts are blossoming…

> …I’ll be far away.

>April in Paris?

>Chestnuts in blossom?Since Thursday, I have been sleeping, drinking juice, blowing my nose, sleeping etc. trying to get well from a mean cold. This is not what spring in Paris was supposed to be. A…

>Orthodox Easter

>Party for two straight days, whew! *hides in room*The Greeks celebrate the orthodox easter according to the Julian calender (read: one week too late) by going to church and retrieving the fire from Jerusalem. The…

>Happy easter!

> Leaving Paris for Zürich, Switzerland… Snowy mountains, Zürich See, the Botanical Garden, and me and my beau.