It’s All Maya!

If Life is an illusion, then why do I keep banging my head against the wall?

Si la Vie est une illusion, pourquoi je n'arrête pas de me taper la tête sur les murs?

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A Sunday Walk In Montsouris

February 23rd, 2014 · By Lynn

Just a regular day in the park. You can’t get lonely here! It was Sunday, sunny and warm, as Patrick and I headed over to the Parc Montsouris in the 14e arrondissement.  Well let me tell you, we weren’t alone!  There were people of all ages soaking in the sunshine.  Organ grinders, children, dogs, ponies, […]

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Tags: Paris - Paname

I Love Paris In The Springtime When It Sizzles!

April 12th, 2012 · By Lynn

On our way to the Musée du quai Branly, not a cloud in the sky! I know!  The lyrics aren’t exactly the way Cole Porter wrote them, but back in March when I first  started this post it was sizzling here in Paris.  The weather went from cold in February to hot in March and […]

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Tags: Is Anyone Listening? · Paris - Paname

Geraldine And Sergio Makes Three!

November 23rd, 2011 · By Lynn

Normally I don’t talk about Geraldine unless it’s to promote one of her new albums, but I know a lot of her fans come looking on my blog for information about her and because the news is out and it’s such happy news…..I thought why not? It’s already a little over a year ago that […]

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Tags: Entertainment · In The News · Special Moments

Geraldine Larrosa – Innocence

May 10th, 2008 · By Lynn

  When Carly Smithson sang The Show Must Go On on American Idol, I was rooting for her to do a good job.  Unfortunately, the song was too big for her and it was not one of her better performances.  I’m not comparing Carly to my friend Geraldine Larrosa even though the comparison can be […]

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Tags: Entertainment · Music Muses · Paris - Paname

The Cour Saint-Pierre

April 22nd, 2008 · By Lynn

I mentioned the Cour Saint-Pierre in my post The Pope, The Dalai Lama, and Me!  It was the only time I had lived outside of the 6th arrondissement of Paris.  The Cour Saint-Pierre is a little passageway in the 17e and it was like living in a tiny village in France. Everyone who moved into this […]

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Tags: Paris - Paname · Special Moments · Travel

The Pope, The Dalai Lama, and Me!

April 17th, 2008 · By Lynn

Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to the US is causing quite a fashion stir because of his snazzy red Prada shoes, but for me it’s just another reminder of the time that two of the most beloved and religious leaders in the world came to see me!  One morning I opened my window and stepped out […]

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Tags: Fashion · In The News · Miscellaneous · Paris - Paname

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