This past weekend was French Heritage Day (Les Journées du Patrimoine). Since 1984, France has opened its doors to history and culture. The weekend offers opportunities to visit government buildings, monuments, and other sites that are normally closed to the public. Entrance to these places, in addition to those that are regularly open to public, are free. … Continue reading
Remember: take time to break away and have some fun! We had a blast creating this video & finding the most amazing locations in Paris. AGAIN AGAIN – Music performed by AFTERMOON Video – A Story developed & created by Steve Guibert & Bellanda Thank you to AFTERMOON for trusting us to create this clip for … Continue reading
Yes, you read that correctly. REAL… freshly baked, New York bagels are finally here! Some of you might ask yourself why I would even care with all the incredibly delicious French pastries everywhere. France has some of the best food/bread/pastries in the world, and when I first moved here I couldn’t get enough of those French goodies. After a while, … Continue reading
When people think of France, they often think of bread, cheese and wine. The products are so incredibly good that I have had countless meals consisting of just that, and would highly recommend it. However, before you run off and randomly pick a place to buy your bread, there are some things that you should know … Continue reading
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Please join me, my paintings & more at the International Women’s Day Party! For more information/free registration, please click here: http://buff.ly/1dlb3LG ***I will post photos in the very near future for those of you who are unable to make it to the event.
There is something about starting a new year that makes many evaluate the year that has just gone by. Over the last few weeks, I have heard and read an overwhelming amount of information about starting anew, broken promises, hopes, dreams, and about updating last year’s resolutions. Our eight year old, who happens to live a … Continue reading