Merci a tous!! Our first week for Paris in July has been inspirational and mind blowing, somewhat overwhelming...... this year, celebrating our 10th anniversary, we're celebrating Paris virtually - because we just cant be there..
My job as host involves several responsibilities and right now I'm apologetic. Firstly my job is to ensure you have a place to post your links, and this week I'm late. Secondly, I would like to review the past weeks contributions, and (again) I'm late on that too.. So for week 2, I'm going to pick up my game....
One thing that I want to do each week is to feature some French music... and I just love this one... I hope it brings a smile to your week:
From the posts I've had the opportunity to read and review, I'm loving the themes...
- coffee - what is more Parisian than Coffee and Croissants!
- maps - who hasn't taken home a souvenir map from Paris?
- Claris, the chicest mouse in Paris - Claris makes regular visits to this blogging event - it's nice to have her back..
- Picasso postcard - an image representative of what we love of France...
Dont worry if you haven't started yet... you can join Paris in July when ever you can. I myself, haven't got one of my posts up yet either....I have plans to get involved too.. I'll post my plans up soon.
Please remember, when you post your link below, can you please share the link to your actual Paris in July Post. Also, put the name of your post in the widget, so people know what to expect.
Please don't feel any pressure Tamara. I've hosted blogging events where the best laid plans....as you will hopefully note when you do get time to visit everyone's posts, we're very happy chatting amongst ourselves :-)
It's great that you are hosting! Remember that the global time zone paradox means that you may feel late, but it's only Monday morning in (miserable) America.
Your music is very cheering, too. I have plans for my next few posts, maybe for the whole month -- but I just thought of a favorite song that I'll see if I can add!
be well... mae at maefood.blogspot.com
PS -- sorry I hit "return" at the wrong moment and uploaded an extra post called "Summer" which isn't about Paris... mae
I like this old 2CV car, which is so french. For so many people born in the fifties it has been the first car...
In my teenage years I had a friend who had one of those 2CV Citroen.
Don't worry, in Paris there are no 'late', just when it happens. Wonderful music and so French!
Tamara, I think it is wonderful that you are hosting this event again - so please don't worry because you think you are late. I'm loving all of it, and I'm totally in love with the picture of the 2CV in the French colors. Thank you!
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