She is my artsy, yin to my yang. We look nothing alike, have exactly opposite personalities, and grate on each others nerves and yet, I can't imagine my life without her in it (or any of my sisters or brother for that matter). Life would be too boring without the ability to see things through her eyes. She helps me break out of my comfort zone in a way totally different than with my husband.
You have husbands...and then you have sisters.
|Whatever you want to call it, it's delicioso!|
|Pont des Arts, or the Lock Bridge, has a bag piper.|
|Looking out at the Louvre from behind the clock in Musée D'Orsay|
Next stop: Chantilly
|The Large Stables at the Château de Chantilly|
|Statue of Venus in the Gardens|
|The actual Château de Chantilly is just beautiful|
|The lone swan|
|My sister in a nutshell: whimsical and gorgeous.|
|A house that is both stunning and creepy in Chantilly|
Last stop: Normandy France to see the wonder, Le Mont Saint Michel
|On the bus to Mont Saint Michel passing fields of "Colza" or |
Canola flowers, my husband's favorite fields here in France, after we took a train
|The Mont Saint Michel in all its glory|
|The happy couple on the steps of the Mont|
|Perfect morning in Normandy before the tourists arrived for the day|
|Majestic. There is no other word for this view looking out at the bay from the |
Mont Saint Michel and no adjustment made to the photo either!
|The best cloister I've ever beheld, only found on the Mont Saint Michel|
Consider it a blog postcard from me to you!
Until next time,