Wednesday, February 14, 2007

This red heart...

Next trip I'm skipping dinner and buying these roses... I hold your heart close to mine...

Laduree, you've won my heart... I know we had a date.
I know I'm late.

Fauchon sets my heart a twitter AND my camera... This red heart is filled with chocolate...

Here is everything you need for today: champagne, roses, chocolates. Oh the guy is missing... But you'll just have to wait...

Hmmm... Till next year. And I know you'll be irate..

LOVE this window at Marie Papier! Because this red heart is my new soul mate :)


21 comments:

Anonymous said...

This red heart has been untrue.

You made me bleu.

Our date fell through.

My chocolates - you took them too.

I must bid you adieu.

I think I'll go make some beef stew...

Anonymouse

Anonymous said...

Be still my heart. I'm in love with those GORGEOUS Rose's. What a PERFECT shot!
Cris

Anonymous said...

Merveilleux rouge, boîtes roses, splendides photos etc.
Merci infiniment pour cette adorable pensée venue de l’autre côté de l’Atlantique !!!!
Love xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
xiane G

Anonymous said...

I was looking for a chocolate pot, and found your lovely website.
I love your watercolors.
Please let me know where and how they are available.
Thank you
Janet Jackson

Di Overton said...

You old romantic you - fabulous post today

Merisi said...

So "they" finally let you post another beautiful blog entry.
Have a great day
(I was sitting outdoors today at the Gloriette for the after-lunch-cup-of-espresso, 18 degrees Celcius!).
Sunny greetings from Vienna,
M.

Parisbreakfasts said...

Merisi, it may be -18 degrees here :(
So I don't wanna hear about it :P
Sleeting too..just you wait.
I hear it's blowing your way...

Anonymous said...

I happened upon your blog and love your artistic style. The watercolors are deceptively simple yet full of emotional.
I was in Paris last June and fell in love. We stayed above rue Cler - and had fresh baguette, roasted chicken, Camembert and a bottle of wine while watching the Eiffel lights turn on.
Thanks for bringing back those memories.
Best regards,
S-G.

Anonymous said...

Happy Valentine's Day Paris Breakfasts!!
Many happy croissants to you!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for "my" Fauchon´s black & fuchsia photo in your Valentine´s post.
You´re lovely ;D

OhhMy Gifts & Things said...

J'aime les roses !

Anonymous said...

toujours superbe!! bravo

Anonymous said...

Happy Valentines!!
What a delicious sweet post!
May all your boxes of chocolates be full of tender sweet things!

Gypsy Purple said...

What a lovely post...I enjoyed it immensely...thanks

Chamara

Anonymous said...

Valentine's and chocolates. Can ther ever be Valentine's without chocolates?

love rules

tlchang said...

Happy Valentine's! What a beautiful post - especially with your art imbedded in the links. Chocolates, hearts and roses - could't be better!

Merisi said...

Grey sky and rain today. :-(
Even the birds don't soar, they sit in the trees instead, clamoring for hot chocolate!!!!

Anonymous said...

My present of the day: another box which could be dear to your heart ...
http://www.millemercis.com/img/cadeaux/idkdo/image9424.jpg

I loved all your links... those little birdies are "à croquer".

Explaining the French hint (especially for Anonymouse!)
The phrase "belle/beau à croquer" is said about a child who looks lovely (looking / or well-dressed)...so lovely that you could feel like having a bite... or a sketch ... as "croquer" meaning to bite, to scrunch AND to sketch" too...

Parisbreakfasts said...

MERCI Marie-Noëlle
I bought a silly little pencil case in Paris that says,
"à croquer CHOCOLAT"
Now I know what it means :)

Birds of a Feather said...

glorious photos as always! and yes...i indulged without care - i made made magnolia bakery's chocolate cupcakes with buttercream frosting - always delicious.

travel notes said...

I love the Valentine's notelets on the last image. I wish I had thought of that for this year! I can't wait til my next trip to Paris - Marie Papier here I come!