Chasing Phantoms of the Paris Metro

Today’s date is rather fitting for the following tale… I’m not exactly sure how it happened or even why, but somehow this summer I became weirdly obsessed with the Paris Metro.  Quite possibly it was that anxious feeling I got when the approaching train was just a few minutes out.   As I stood on the platform […]

Parisienne Farmgirl Magazine

Hey there Pear followers!  I just wanted to give a shout out to a new blog and online magazine I happened upon the other day.  It”s called Parisienne Farmgirl and it’s the most adorable thing I’ve ever seen.  The name itself makes me smile! Writen by a lovely lady and momma of 4 cute little […]

Fun With Signs

Traveling by foot is the main mode of transport for the Chef and I… not because we don’t like mass transit (my new infatuation is the metro…I used to loathe it–but more on that in another post) however when hoofing it you can see sooo much more.  You can stop and gaze in wonderment. My second newest […]

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