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August 04, 2010

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Mel

AHHHH mom... your the only voice... so important.
What an impossible love.

Julie M ~ The Little Red Shop

Ohh...poor little sweetie. What a blessing that you had phone service. Italy was the place that really struck me as to the age. I started out as an Art History major...so Rome was pretty overwhelming with its golden light and ruins. Standing in the Pantheon...knowing it has been there since the Bible days. Fascinating! I would love to go back and spend more quality time in France!

Your trip looks and sounds sooo lovely!

: )

Julie M.

polly

Feels like I was on your trip too! Your pics are wonderful! Thanks for taking us along!

Theresa

Awwww, it's nice to know your missed when your gone anyway, poor little thing! Your photos are all so beautiful and I am loving every post and living vicariously through you... thanks for sharing, Theresa

Suzen

I remember visiting my parents in exotic Phoenix, AZ and my 8 year old called me about 10 times a day. It seems we are so busy managing everything that we forget we are almost their whole world of security. Jeanne, I am loving your exquisite photographs and the descriptions of your trip. Thank you so much for sharing! ...and I'll have Salade Diane, if you please. :-) BTW, you took your new fancy dancy camera with you?

susan

i love all the photos, can't imagine how beautiful it must be in person. how sweet that she missed you. any chance you might tell us more about the salad? always looking for new things to try! have a nice day!! susan

Nathalie

Oh thanks you for all the wonderful pictures. The memories of my visit to France as a little girl came flooding back. I hope that one day soon, I can take my children to visit the land of there Memere (grandma). So, I must ask? Did you have paine o chocolate (sure mispelled) but it is chocolate croissant. Oh, I miss the smell of fresh bread and pastries filling the morning air.

Becky @ Farmgirl Paints

Again gorgeous! I would cry if I was Maddie too. You are such a sweet momma. That post it note idea was really precious.

Can you share that recipe? I'm on a goat cheese kick right now and that salad sounded yummy:)

teresa sheeley

I love love all the rich oldness. Beautiful photos!! :)

Martha

Oh my goodness....you are so right about the beauty and history...something I feel missing sometimes here...
So glad you found such lovelies and the story about your daughter...I know it was awful she was crying but oh how she loves you
Post it notes...fabulous idea!

{michelle}

You should be a travel photographer (and writer!)I am just loving the tale of your trip. I have never been to Europe. I really feel I need to go, I think it will open my eyes to the world a bit.
p.s. that salad is making me hungry too, even though it's only breakfast time here! ;)

Lee Ann

You have sure captured France with your unique and beautiful photos for us Jeanne. I can almost imagine my feet touching those cobblestone streets and looking up at the history all around. Wow! What a wonderful journey you've been on.

Your photos should be made into a book!!! Wow!

amy

maddy got caught up in your thoughtfulness and love for them.=) that town, jeanne, is BEAUTIFUL!

CoffeeJitters (Judy Haley)

these photos are lovely - glad Maddy is feeling better

paige

oh precious madolyn with her post it notes....

Michelle Rose Jorgensen

love you,

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