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I.D. The Jews

Well, in the next post I will get back to WWII and history but there has been so much stuff this week happening with antisemitism that it is hard to ignore and I think if the two World Wars teach us anything, it is what can happen when antisemitism is allowed to run rampant, unchecked. 153 more words


What happens in France...

France has been a lot of fun, but there have been many little mini challenges along the way. These are things I now realize aren’t even as big of a deal as I made them. 625 more words

My Wonderful Life/Family

Straying away from the beauty and fashion world to bring you art in the form of food. I had this raspberry macaron for brunch while in Bayeux, France last month and it did not disappoint. 9 more words

Day 22: Foire aux Vins d'Alsace

Alsace is a beautiful place in eastern France that runs north to south along a gentle valley. The valley floor and walls are dotted with medieval villages, walled castles and almost every free square foot (meter?) is covered  with grape vines. 36 more words


GR 78 to Camino de Santiago

Since picking up the scallop shell and credential from the picturesque town of St-Jean-Pied-de-Port last Saturday and (foolhardily) committing to the walk with Irene, it’s been many moments of anxiety for me. 269 more words


Holiday house

I keep coming back to my initial blog theme, interior decoration. While sipping Petit Bourgeois and hiding from the heat, I stumbled upon this wonderful holiday retreat where Amsterdam-based Anne-Claire Petit and Jan Wolleswinke spend their summers in France, by the Italian border. 54 more words