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June 16, 2009

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susanna

I just found your through Cherry Coloured's blog - http://www.cherrycoloured.com/wordpress/ - and reading this post was a delight. I wish I could click my heels three times and appear at that ball. Of course I'd need time to find a tall white wig and a suitable corset!

I would also frame the photograph of the couple walking on the cobblestone street and hang it somewhere in my home where I would see it often. There's a sense of freedom in that photograph...

And one day, when I finally make it to Paris, I'll sign up for one of your cooking classes or tours - or both!

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