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Mardi Gras in France: a Louisiana Perspective


Mardi Gras in southern Louisiana is a massive day of celebration that Southern Louisianians wait for impatiently for 364 days of the year. But in in modern-day France it’s just another Tuesday. Whereas in Louisiana people spend well over a month eating … Continue reading

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The Eiffel Tower this week


So the Eiffel tower has really been at it last week. As I shared in my last post we had Blue-White-Red decorations until Thanksgiving day following the events of Nov 13th and then the tower went green (literally) for the … Continue reading

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Two weeks later: the Paris attacks of Friday the 13th


  November 27 2016: It has been hard to know what to write. With everything that has happened and everyday new fears rising; I often am at a lose for words for the things that we are living in this … Continue reading

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Play at the Theatre de la Renaissance


This weekend the fella’s parents were in Town and they brought us to a play at the Theatre de la renaissance. It was amazing and I would fully suggest doing this one night when you are in Paris. Two steps … Continue reading

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Old image


So i’m on my way to a job interview and I had to come back to this old advert in the metro from 2011. As they say in french “merde, merde,merde”* A+Emilieinparis *the french expression for break a leg

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Muguet de mai.


So last night I came home to a Lilly of the Valley (Muguet) on the dinner table that the fella brought home. I do SO love when he brings home flowers (darling, if you are reading this hint-hint!) In France … Continue reading

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