It belongs to Angelina's.
This trip only increased my love for the everyday things of Paris.
Not just French glass that has me smitten.
Those grey overcast skies that everyone complains of,
I met this carafe at Fauchons for afternoon tea.
At L'as du Falafel, this bistro glass - I did bring two of these home last year.
I was passing café Dome in the Marais and spotted these simple drinking glasses on rue Saint Antoine.
I love these pastel cups and saucers and they look perfect on the deep Burgundy cafe tabletop.
Even though I paint all day with water, I still can't get enough of it.
Every other morning I rushed out at 6:45 am se jeter à l'eau - to throw myself in the water of the Piscine Saint-Germain. The pool is only open to the public between 7 - 8 am. The rest of the day belongs to les scolaires.
I was trying keep ahead of all those chocolates and croissants gaining on me.
I lost, but it was a refreshing battle.