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September 24, 2010


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Courtney Walsh

Oh, Jeanne, it's all just so beautiful. How fun! I am beyond jealous right now. :) Someday maybe you and I can go on an adventure like this!!


thanks for sharing all the details! love those heeled shoes, that man's smile and face, the twine, the french packaging,... and love that you found many special treasures there to make apart of your home now.


I'm so thankful you had such an amazing trip and were able to come home with not only a heart and mind full of wonderful memories, but these great photos and treasures along the way:)

Judy Crenshaw

Love the Paris things!


This is something I hope to do one day! What an experience it must of been!

Katsui Jewelry

When I saw your picture, my first thought was how pretty and happy you looked. I had to go back and see if you looked tired. Then I noticed you did but, most of all, you look like a woman who is in her element and full of joy! I am so glad that you got to go to the Flea Market and I am really looking forward to seeing those treasures!

Shelley Overholt

I think you look sweet in your pic!! I have had so much fun looking at you and Rachel V's pics. Looks like such an amazing time:)

scrappy jessi

hey sweets,
eeekk so many great finds.
you look beautiful.
love ya doll


I'd say hands down, you're one of the lucky ones

some girls have all the fun


You had me at those red ticking tea cloths in the first picture (or is it fabric?).

Have I told you how much I love your playlist? You have great taste in music.


It looks wonderful, like a city filled with little treasures waiting to be discovered :)


I feel like I have been to Paris with you. Your pictures and words have been incredible. Thank You for sharing this trip of a lifetime with all of us!

Becky @ Farmgirl Paints

I can't imagine shopping in Paris. That guy even looks French;) I love that pic of you. Tired or not you look content!


what a dream come true.

you always look gorgeous - even tired!!


oh my goodness the Paris Flea Market looks like it was amazing!! so glad you went.... AND THAT PAINTING... score! oxo


that painting it SO you! Where did you hang it? I hope so badly to get to one of those flea markets one day!


so wonderful to bring treasures back to have around the house to instantly take you back to the time! Sounds wonderful,

A Cupcake For Moose

How did you not buy everything in sight?! That smile on the man's face is magical...it just brightened my evening!

P.S. I also really like the first song on your playlist...honey bee...I love hearing (good) new music. Thanks! Have a great weekend!



i am visiting from our BRAVE GIRLS get-to-know-ya-email... but was so happy when i clicked on your link to know that i have actually been here before...many times. not sure where i found you along the way, but i love your blog and your style. you are a doll and now i will be meeting you in person very shortly and cannot wait. i loved reading all about you and know we are going to have theeeee best time in idaho.


Ooh, I can only imagine!

pam white

I'm so glad you had such a wonderful fullfilling time. I have been loving your photos this past month. How did you have the willpower to not buy everything? And if you are like me, no matter how tired I am I can always manage to antique/junk/thrift! It's like I have this extra battery wired to me when I'm that excited about something. If you ever come to the East Coast we have to meet!

Tracie~My Petite Maison

Beautiful photos, Jeanne. I could almost smell the streets of Paris... it does have its own special smell, doesn't it? It's wonderful you can look around your home and remember those very special steps you took at the flea market/marche aux puces. My favorite is the French gentlemen, lovely face and sweet little smile. I do love French people with their gentle voices and kind sentiment, just like you.

Great post!

lorraine lewis

Your painting is amazing- I saw so many that I wanted to take home.
We looked like the beverly hillbillies at the air port- boxes, bags, luggage- sweet cookies in hand- it was wonderful! Thank you for sharing your treasures!

Nike Air Max TN

Never select seems to be; they are able to deceive. Never select wealth; even that fades away.


What a wonderful travelogue of your time in France. I love the painting you are holding and you look contented, not tired; like a cat that just found a saucer of cream.

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