🥐☕🌦Hello again, FboF! ( I have missed you! ) Today, I return to celebrate this little ritual of intentional living for me . . . for the share. I am sipping on a lighter version of “Chocolat Chaud” as I write this morning. Here is a recipe for the real deal. 💗Merci! 🥖 Merci, Dorie […]
Bonjour beautifuls! I am feeling a little frilly silly “poetic” today . . . ( Some days words just want to play. ) I have a little obsession with printed ribbon. Particularly ribbon with French words. Wrapped in finger – figure – eights by me . . . for a purpose . . . what shall be? […]
To sweater season! w/L ⇔ image reblogged from: the-devil-wears-Zara // Tumblr.
We are officially mid-Summer! ( I know everyone is talking Fall.) In some places, school has already begun. We don’t start until after labor day here in the Pacific Northwest. Today is going to be glorious and HOT! I call a morning like this, “a California morning”. On this morning, I captured a few images […]
Retour à 1 9 6 9 . . . When I was searching for a link to the University of Paris at Nanterre for reference in an earlier post, it brought back memories of a previously turbulent time in our world. As I write this, honestly, my breath stops . . . because it seems like we have returned to the turbulent […]
Hello Beautifuls! I enjoy a periodical called “BAKE”. The publication features a theme. The images are eye candy. The pages inspire me to grab my mixing spoon and “bake it pretty”. . . . on the Saturday before Mother’s Day . . . I spied this at our Fred Meyer in the magazine section. The French Issue. […]
Hello Lovelies! It is the most beautiful Friday morning on 34th street. My favorite Seattle chocolatier marketed me with a Mother’s Day email “Bonjour” this week. I have consumed and gifted her amazing confections for years. One never has to worry about dessert when there is a box of Fran’s in the house. One bite is a […]
when my kiddos were in elementary school, i taught English and reading to children who had immigrated from Southeast Asia. i was called a “para” educator, as i do not have a four-year college degree. i designed board games, word games, and word art. my class was called wordplay with Mrs T. in an effort […]
for me it’s “français romantique ” when i see an American man take home a baguette. this whole French bread thing of mine began when i was seventeen. i spied the “pièce de résistance” of French “take out” with my very own eyes when taking the train to and from Paris during a summer study program at The University […]
h e l l o o o o o o o L o v e l i e s ! oh my gosh! let me begin with this selfie!