France and the simplicity of life

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A lovely barefoot picnic at the Louvre Museum

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Ever had the urge of reading outside no matter the people around you?

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There is no better time, then Now to have a beer and sleep in the sun…

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A bicycle, some red wine, fresh baguettes…a french picnic along the Seine

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Gossip Girls in the sun…

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Sunbathing in high heels…

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Everybody has place…

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Never alone with a book, near a river

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Just tired, now and here

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A river with a spice called love…

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Who needs a table, chairs to play cards?

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Waiting for you…

The thing I loved most in France, was the simplicity of feeling alive, free and loved. Any place was good for running in bare foot, for taking a picnic, for reading a book or playing cards. All you needed was sun and love. Love for life, love for feeling alive, love for enjoying the little things in life.  Let’s all enjoy!

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23 thoughts on “France and the simplicity of life

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  6. I remember when I was in France in the 70′s, buying one of the roasted chickens, a baguette and some fruit and having the best picnic ever. Did that more than once! As for never being without a book, that’s totally me. 🙂
    janet

    • Well I am glad that this opportunity of having a picnic and enjoying life as simple as it is can still be possible and specific to France. For me the people who don’t read are the people dead inside…I’m never without a book:) Thank you for sharing! HUGS!

      • Have you ever been to a house where there aren’t books? It’s so sad and weird! I love having a Kindle so I can take hundreds of books with me when I travel.

      • Yes I have and I looked at those people as aliens!!!:)) I’m still old fashioned…I love books to feel the pages..the smell them..I carry them around everywhere 🙂

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