That is beautiful. I want to move to paris too. Or at least visit. :)
What a lovely room!!! I especially love that comfy green chair.Ooooh, Paris.
If i lived in that room I would sit in the green chair and read all day long. Of course the window would be open and there would be a nice breeze. lovely
such a cozy-looking room. that green chair looks so inviting, like it's just waiting for a cup of hot chocolate and a crisp new book to join it.
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I have similar plans involving such a room, although the city changes all the time. Sometimes it's Hong Kong, sometimes it's Santiago and but more often than not, it's Dublin or Glasgow. God bless those accents...
need a roomate? :DI have yet to see paris, but i will someday! :)
ahhh Paris.. the eifle tower at night is marvelous!! as for the people hmmm... Meg I just finished a book that I think you might like (or at least in my mind you will really like it!) anyways, it's called "Something Borrowed" by Emily Giffen. It's not really a deep thinking kind of story- it's more for entertainment purposes... It couldn't hurt to add it to your list!
how lovely:)I recently read that book too Jess...and "Something Blue" as well. They are fun reads.
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