Twice while in Paris, I inadvertently came upon beautiful stitching shops with window displays that enticed me inside. Are we energetically drawn to these things when we least expect them, or do we notice them because they interest and intrigue
On a child’s t-shirt were the words, “I can do hard things,” and when I first saw it I loved it.
De temps en temps…. (from time to time) De temps en temps I come across another delightful piece of fiction that centers around Paris. The LIght of Paris, a recently released book from Eleanor Brown (NY Times bestselling author of
Will he or won’t he? This is the question in the back of my mind as I read Flirting with French, by William Alexander.
Don’t downgrade your dream to match your reality. Upgrade your faith to match your dreams.
You probably have your own. Walk, that is. The one you consider the most beautiful in the world. It may be close to home or somewhere you travel to often, it may be the one where you receive significant
My daughter does kind of a quirky thing in the morning.
We didn’t come here to fit in. We came here to be who we are. We didn’t come here to work. We came here to live our dreams.
When you have a dream and you’ve shared it with your friends and family and they support you and encourage you and remind you that it will happen and that when it does they’d love to be a part of
We had a favorite little crepe place near our hotel in Paris and a favorite little waitress who was from the UK but living in Paris to improve her French. On one visit she twisted the arm of the proprietor