Sunday, November 08, 2020

7 Novembre 2020

 


Last night when many were celebrating🥂🍾 

I was walking home from the Marais. 


I’m usually under the covers, when others got the news. 


I walked past Au Petite Versailles du Marais boulangerie. 


Who can resist? Besides nothing else was open. And it is one of the prettiest boulangeries in Paris. 


Yes I got this tarte au pomme for later. It came in handy! 


Let me tell you I didn’t see any dancing in the streets in Paris. Nor hear any church bells ringing. 


They are ringing now but its Sunday. No cars were honking in the streets like New Year’s Eve. Everyone in Paris was in Lockdown. Or flown the coop to the country. The virus has been surging in France, though France24 says this past week some numbers have come down 👏👏 


Let’s pray the divisiveness of the election and past 4 years can heal. That Americans can lift a glass 🥂and Live together as Sade saysXXX❤️🐻💋



24 comments:

Bonnie L said...

Paris at night is SO beautiful! Thank you for the champagne...and Sade❣️

La Table De Nana said...

Happy re the result for certain..Not even a US citizen..but thank God he is gone.

Ga From Dekalb said...

Interior of that boulangerie is beautiful. I wouldn’t be able to resist the tarte au pomme either!
Yes, I am happy and ringing my own bells🗽

Unknown said...

We did indeed have celebrating and dancing in the streets here in California but we did it all with out masks on and our dancing was all very far apart from one another. May we become one with the world again in fighting this virus with our will and actions. We were celebrating that just as much as anything else. There is much to do, we are eager to begin. love to France and the entire world.

Unknown said...

Oops, that's with OUR masks on! Big difference there.

Riki Schumacher said...

What a lovely post, thanks so much. We are still relieved here in California, and hoping Biden can actually be certified. It has been so hard on our country as you well know. Many are feeling a bit lighter now, and yet still the polarization continues.

Seeing your beautiful Paris pictures looking so lovely and calm is incredibly pleasant. I enjoy every post even though I don’t often comment. It’s great to be exposed to culture around the world, and especially one of my favorite places to visit. Thank you for all the work you put in to these posts, we all love them!!
Riki

Parisbreakfasts said...

Awww... Thanks Riki
Much appreciated to hear
Xxxxxx

Bonnie said...

you missed the bells...

https://youtu.be/ty8m2Klj_Yo

Parisbreakfasts said...

Hmmm...
I guess I was asleep by then
Zzzzzzzz

SV said...

Very happy here. I danced. Rang a wind chime. Ate apple slices

ss said...

I admit I cried out of gratitude things went this way. But still so much divisiveness. I have been so naive. I thought we were so beyond all this, but we’re not. Lots of work to be done

LZ said...

Thank you for all you share

Parisbreakfasts said...

Thank you Lea ❤️
French Apple tarte is a celebration!

Karen said...

Wonderful!
Thank you!

BonnieD said...

Your photos were really beautiful on this blog.
The apple tart looked insanely delicious.
I miss Paris.

JL said...

Such gorgeous images!! Thank you!!

sukicart said...

Such a beautiful post on a day we actually have something to celebrate. Love the champagne water color and your pictures of Paris, but it looks a little forlorn without people. I saw (and heard) some posts of the ringing church bells. The world (or most of it) is happy.

CarolL said...

Everything you send us is so beautiful. You have many gifts❤️

Unknown said...

So HAPPY for The United States. Congratulations to all who made it happen from a caring Canadian in Montreal.

Parisbreakfasts said...

Suki, at night when everything is closed, Paris is always Very quiet, except Saturday night.
And safe I might add. Ppl are in their houses.Not really a 24 hour city :))

MS said...

We had a coupe de champagne and felt some relief for the first time in four years

Jeanie said...

What gorgeous photos, what a beautiful opening shot. Breathing again!The fight's not over but it's just a matter of time.

Mariah said...

Yes my dear, we all finally got a good night's sleep after the dancing in the street and flowing champagne. (my favorite Veuve Clicquot was very soothing). There is light at the end of the tunnel. It's a long road back, but we're on the way.

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