I’m a small girl with big ambitions and a whole lot of gut where it counts. I decided after I graduated from college that I would move from my little town in Louisiana to the raging monster city that is Paris. In 4 months of planning I have now uprooted everything I had in an amazing town to live in a truly wild place where I have no idea WHAT I am going to do or where I will find myself next. But isn’t that the fun of it all? So here is cheers to getting lost, breaking hearts, starving, and many wonderful adventures that come along with finding yourself!

4 Responses to Who?

  1. Brady T Gier says:

    i love the intro about yourself, and “getting lost, breaking hearts, starving, and many wonderful adventures that come along with finding yourself!” Great stuff! I hope you find a great city, and most of all, a great woman..

  2. Jennie Odell says:

    Hello or bonjour Emilie. I stumbled upon your blog while searching for a photo of the funiculaire at Sacré Coeur. I teach French in a small town in Kansas, but have visited Paris many times and lived there for a short period of time. I applaud your bravery in moving to Paris.. Have you found work? Will you be staying long? What advice would you have for my students who are studying French and hope to visit Paris in the future? I will watch for a reply.

  3. sharoninavolvo says:

    Big/Small World once again–am living in Lafayette, LA now for the 3rd time & have visited Paris I think at least 4 times & just recently – like last month – wish I’d known you were there – would of loved to meet up at La Cafeotheque by Hotel de Ville, to think walked right past there while was there a week playing tourist & visiting a friend who lives there – she’s a dear friend living near Pere Lachaise, she would feed you, you need not starve?! Have you read: Moon Living Abroad in France by Aurelia d’Andrea – looks to be a good guide to living in Paris (if you want it can send it to you – have a daydreaming copy of my own, that I haven’t read yet?!) ;o)

  4. maryann says:

    Hi Emilie, enjoying your blog at 4 am over my wake-up coffee as I’ve perused past postings. Keep ’em coming! Bisous, Maryann

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