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November 17, 2012

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Carol

We were in Paris in May & ate at La Maison Rose. They make the best omelet ever & for dessert...sugar crepes! Ooh la la!

kaylovesvintage

looks so pretty ...I should go to Paris next year

alexyeh09@gmail.com

Beautiful!

Marnie

Love this one! "Gorging on Paris"---I'd die willingly :-) It's soooooo wonderful that you revel your home as much as visiting admirers and expats. La Maison Rose is one of my favorite spots--even if it is touristy, the food is actually yummy. Merci, merci et merci!!!

lissy parker

Pink all the way! I love the pink restaurant. Pink flowers are always the best.
xo, Lissy

Jeane M.

Will definitely take note on this one. Love the photos in here Corine makes me think of the past spring. :)

Jacqui@FrenchVillageDiaries

Mmmm food for thought - I am only 1 1/2 hours by train from Paris, but never thought about going there alone.....

Playing with Scarves

Welcome back L'écrivain(e)!
you sound very very busy. Have you ordered a crane for Christmas???
Love all your photos and comments about the Parisian life. I agree with you on two things (et même plus): flower shops in Paris are fantastic and visiting your native country as a tourist gives a fresh look on things.
Bonne journée et bonne écriture.
bizzzzzz
Anne (Playing with Scarves)

elaine

The self-help book for neurotic writers sounds just what I need right now, I have signed up for National Novel Writing Month (see my post at http://elaineintheslowlane.blogspot.com (nanowrimo) where you have to produce a rough draft of a novel in a month. It is just what I needed to push me into finishing something (I have a drawerfull of first chapters) I am really enjoying the process, it seems to take up my every waking thought. Lovely, lovely pictures of gay Paree even in the rain. Good luck with your next novel.

Cathi

Definitely looking forward to your next book!

Angie Muresan

Gorgeous pictures, but I CAN'T WAIT to read what your'e writing next!!!

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