September 17, 2013

Paris Is The Flame. And I Am The Moth.

Paris

Paris marché

Evening falling.

Paris

Paris Shutters

Plans to spend at least one day in Paris this month have been scrapped. Between an unpredictable work schedule and a mildly sprained ankle, it will just have to wait.

Now I feel like I'm going through Paris withdrawal. Does such a thing exist?


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14 comments:

Chantal Saville said...

To answer your question: oui.

Mardi Michels said...

Yes it does indeed. Take care of you, ok?

EuroMom said...

It absolutely exists and I experience it quite often!

Lost In Cheeseland said...

You poor thing :( I hope you mend quickly so we can FINALLY have that drink together in Paris! It's been too long.

Anne said...

I experience it every time I visit Paris (it was 4 yrs between my last visits...so i was getting desperate).Lucky you living so close I have to travel for nearly 24 hrs to get there since I live at the bottom of the world

materfamilias said...

Oh yes, I'm currently in withdrawal as well . . . it's a city worth being burned by. . .

Jennifer Greco said...

Chantal
See, I knew it!
Thank you for confirming my suspicions.

Mardi
I knew you would have the answer.
:)
I'm trying...believe me! xx

Jennifer Greco said...

Euromom
Maybe we should start a 12 step program? :)

Lindsey
It has been far too long! I will keep you posted. In October, definitely.

Jennifer Greco said...

Anne
Ok, so I guess I really can't complain...
hope you get back again sooner rather than later!

materfamilias
Very well stated. Hope you get your fix soon!

Murissa Shalapata said...

I think I have been going through Paris withdrawals since I uttered my first French sentence.

Sharon said...

Look on the bright side - you LIVE in France -I'm only in the U.K but haven't made a trip all year. Now that's serious withdrawal.

Jennifer Greco said...

Murissa
:) I can understand that!

Sharon
Ok, you win. (better take a trip soon!)

Ken Broadhurst said...

I've gotten to a point in my life where just knowing that Paris is really there and really not that far away keeps me sane. But I sure did enjoy my two three-day stays in the city in July.

Jennifer Greco said...

Ken
Living only a couple of hours away is a wonderful thing. I wish I could go more often though!