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May 11, 2012


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PassionistaForLife Blog

Good day! In this post did you base on any researches or these are fully your own reflections? Thank you very much in advance for your reply.


so funny!!!

Rose :: Fine Craft Guild .com

this is funny as hell

Louise Gordon

So funny! Even funnier that that was me 2 years ago in April, right down to supposedly not minding a bit of cold and rain! The sketches were great.

Anne Touraine

I really enjoyed reading this post! The sketch on how to not dress in paris was absolutely adorable and so true when it comes to the rain!


My favorite detail is the cute purse which no longer fit under the thick armpit. I feel your pain.


I think this might be how I look in Paris every day. =) I think the wide leg wetness issue is why skinny jeans came back in style!

Penny Herring

You crack me up Corine (LOVE your sketch!)... Yes, rain is such a conundrum for us Californians! I'm going to Europe in June and so afraid it might rain. How to dress for warm weather rain? A sundress and wellies? And, I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who's been unplugged and forgot her password! So excited for your cookbook but I have no E reader. My husband actually gave me an ipad for xmas last year and I returned it.....silly me! Can I download it onto my husbands ipad or only Kindle?

Freshly Found

Love it! Often I am shocked when I catch a glimpse of The Reality - in a mirror or shop window ;-)


very funny...love the cartoon.


Oh God....I laughed sooo much!!! Thank you and have a wonderful weekend!

Chez Loulou

Oh dear! Your drawing of the "reality" is priceless. So much that romantic vision of Paris in the rain.

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