Archive for November, 2009

~aventures du louchette flâneurse: 5ème~

Friday, November 20th, 2009

click image to expand. Spent time in Marais and Île de la Cité today, loafing about among the fromage and canard. For lunch: galette complète (sans oeuf) at Breizh Café, with cider. Noted for next time, falafel at Chez Marianne. Chez Julien, where my honey and I had old-school French dinner (I spose means lots […]

~aventures du louchette flâneurse: 4ème~

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

The sunrise from my living room. Tucked on the right, you can see my local cafe, L’Autre. My mom called me a Bluestocking today, a Bas Bleu, and I’m gonna do my damndest to live up to the moniker. Spent much of the day under the weather, researching, planning, sleeping. à demain!

~aventures du louchette flâneurse: 3ème~

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

Well it’s my game and I can change the rules if I want to, so here are a whole gaggle of photographs. I’ve decided that I will take my non-research-writing time to explore the 20 arrondissements on foot with a specific goal in mind in each–a prix fixe menu lunch, a cafe, a shop I’ve […]

~aventures du louchette flâneurse: 2ème~

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

Late night tea and t.v. and voila! one of the many reasons I love the EU:  flipping around I found Chris Marker’s La Jetée, which many moons ago was an inspiration to begin making films (which led to my first visit here, to screen for Lightcone/Scratch Cinema.)

~aventures du louchette flâneurse: 1er~

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

After a three week trip to the states that was wonderful, harrowing, exhausting, heart-cracking-exploding-tickling-fuzzing, I have landed in Paris for a six and a half week stay, 46 days. Yes, I am counting–not just of excitement (!)–but because I am here to finish a solid draft of one writing project (or come as close as […]

~why are these kids smiling?~

Saturday, November 14th, 2009

We spent the week in New York primarily hosting two parties and trying without luck to find the right sublettor for our apartment. We happened to arrive over our one year wedding anniversary weekend, and I was able to lure Alfonso to the very spot we exchanged vows, Ladies Pavilion of Central Park. (the park […]

~los angeles~

Sunday, November 8th, 2009

We celebrated my Grandpa Boone’s 85th birthday, this was what brought us to the states in the first place, a big ol’ shindig with all the family there. I made a book for him, of his life and memories of all the guests. We drove my mom’s new convertible hardtop around the old freeways and […]

~hwy 1 & big sur~

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

View from lunch at Nepenthe, named for the mythical drug inducing a forgetfulness of pain and trouble, from Homer’s Odyssey.

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