Monday, May 16, 2011
Country Life -- On-the-Street
These are pictures I was saving for later in the week, but I'm off to Paris again to spend the day with my dearest friend, Judy, and I thought I would post them today since they were "in-house" so to speak.
She leaves Tuesday morning and we have soooo much to do: shopping, dining (My-Reason-For-Living-In-France will participate in that event) and, of course, we have scores of details to iron out about where we'll be living in our golden years.
Yesterday while indulging in a seven hour lunch -- I swear it's true -- at Laduree, we were thinking, maybe a half-and-half. Half of the year here and six months someplace yet to be determined, but with minimal possibility of walker slippage. I love snow, but Judy is getting bored with it. She lives in Detroit. I suggested we try to find a location that features snow two weeks a year.
More about our adventures tomorrow. While we're out and about today I'll take some pictures.
And, BTW, by all means, we would be thrilled to have an "assisted living" community. Of course you can join us. We define "assisted living" as, we help each other. Simple, budget friendly, fun. Enormous sense of humor required. Judy is one of the funniest people I have ever known. Yesterday she deepened my naso labials (smile lines) by about two years.
Back to the pictures: You've been asking me to try to find color -- not an easy task as I've explained -- here it is, sort of. . .
A demain. I'm off. Weather report: sunshine, cardigan chilly.