So while Versailles was magical, a little comedy did find me as it always seems to do in life. Hopefully, this makes you laugh as it does I. My friend Abby and I were dying at the beautiful visuals in every garden and room in the Chateau de Versailles. They were breathtaking and there were... Continue Reading →
Back in the era of Marie Antionette and Louis XIV having mirrors was a sign of great wealth. I am talking a hand mirror. If you had two? That would have been a big deal. Louis XIV wanted people to talk of Versailles and for everyone across the world to talk of Versailles. That would... Continue Reading →
My friends and I played, and we laughed, there may have been wine involved. You know what they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. I would be interesting to hear what 3000 words are thought of here: Check out these introductions of my friends: Fernanda’s Introduction Abby. The Baddest Bitch I Know.
I did not know of this place prior. Shakespeare & Company, a bookstore that is tucked away in Paris, France. It was a place where the great writers used to all meet, read, and write. Hemingway and Whitman, just to namedrop a couple. Outside there were quotes written on the shutters of the store and... Continue Reading →
Versailles is a magical place. It was full of pastels, old shutters, fresh produce markets, meat markets, flower markets and tall green trees. It was very hot out, but that did not bother me with what I was surrounded by. This place was so striking. Trying to recreate it in a photo is nearly impossible.... Continue Reading →
The whole waiting game at the airport was so suspenseful. I read articles for work and then started a short read I planned to finish in transit. I was so excited to just make it to where I was headed. It was more than a destination, it was going to be a pivotal moment in... Continue Reading →