(I picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue)
don't comment much..but have been a faithful reader since the beginning...feeling your sadness ...but let me just say YOU LOOK GREAT!! L-O-V-E the red and white coat, scarf and fingerless gloves(do they even have a name)keep us posted and safe travels!
Hello, I have been reading your blog since...well, the beginning and have never posted a comment. I am going to really miss your adventures in Paris--you always knew how to make me laugh out loud in the university library or when I had a mouthful of coffee. I hope you keep a blog on your re-entry into our stratified, increasingly-restless, shopping-obsessed-to-fill-the-void-inside, police-state of a country. I wish you and your family all the best!
Well, goodbye then, "M.J. la Parisienne" -- and welcome back to Seattle! I have enjoyed following your French adventures over the last few months. I will be happy to meet you once you have settled in. Maybe after the Holidays? I see you are bringing back warm clothes (and boots.) You will need them here this winter. Bon voyage. Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)
Oh MJ....It'll be Ok, it will... you'll be back, and the good part is you don't have to leave the memories behind, they go with you :Dxxz
I've been lurking for a while and have so enjoyed this blog. Sad to see you leave Paris. Bonne chance in your new location.
Awww, I hadn't seen this one...what can I say? Empty houses are always sad to look at when you're moving, especially if you've had good experiences in them.But the 'soul' of a home is really those who live in it, and you are taking that with you to your new home. You are going to be OKSyl
Oh it reminds me of when you moved in, but now imbued with your memories. I think of apartments like that, haunted with lost souls. Some new family will move in and their life will move on and so will yours. We will miss you, but like empty apartments, you have filled our memories with yours, too.a bientotMarie
waaaaaaaaaaahthis might be the hardest one of all.
don't ever lose the Parisian sense of style for the crassness of US fashion!!!!!
I have been in your shoes...moving back to the USA with small children in tow...You will never be the same...you will just be better. Have an artist sketch that apt. building..and frame it for over your new little desk in Seattle.Keep on writing MJ. You have a gift...Janey
Cute coat! LOVE the 3/4 length sleeves.:-)
Crush my heart why don't 'cha.
for g: the fingerless gloves are called mitaines in french (in Canada: moufles).And MJ, I read you blog to polish my english (yes I learn new insults also, always useful).Ì wish you the very best for your return in the States. And the good thing about memories, we only remember the good ones after a few years.
I haz a sad. :( Total poignancy is what this post is. *siiiiiiigh*Wow, those movers sure moved stuff, though. Heh! Incredible.
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