Kathleen wrote to me...I sneak onto your site and dream of being on the streets of Paris. I try to imagine how delicious the sweets must taste and what it would be like to spend the afternoon writing letters or in my journal at an outdoor cafe. This is the Paris en Colours poster in the street for the Hotel de Ville exhibit.The French do it all the time. They even have their seats set up in the windows, like here at Fauchon, so they don't miss a trick. I followed their example.
I love this dog walker's leopard shoes...
The pompiers (fireman) are just practicing here on rue Madame so M. told me, when I excitedly showed her this shot...
I still can't get over how French people blatently walk around eating their lunch in the street. Has the sandwich replaced the cigarette?
La Maison du Chocolat was selling their very pricy Easter eggs in the street on Saturday, since the shop was jammed.
Scooters are EVERYWHERE in Paris.
The "layered" look - several shirts hanging out under the jacket...
The scarf as cape?
Now this macaron cart should be out in the street, instead of at the Marie-Antoinette exhibit at the Grand Palais.
How nice to have a macaron to munch on discretely, while people watching in the street.
Ooops! These people caught me watching