This is in a comic store near our house. I didn't know Buster Brown was anything but a shoe store...
Eric looking at his favorite, Gaston.
The little store where I work.
Pont des Arts
I like the actor Romain Duris in the front there, and Eric likes Charlotte Gainsbourg in the back. The movie's not supposed to be so great though, I read. I just like the poster. Nice cat poster in the metro.
I read an autobiography of Isadora Duncan earlier this year and was really interested in her because she was completely nutz. So when this exhibit came out I was excited to see it. The museum was nice, the exhibit was okay. I didn't take any photos inside because I wasn't sure I was allowed. They didn't have many things of hers actually, and there's only very brief film footage of her that I'd already seen on the internet, so most of it was just film of other people dancing like her and a lot of photos.
There were a lot of sculptures outside in the garden, done by the artist Bourdelle who used to live there.
I grew up in Delaware and had your average American upbringing. A few years ago a boy from France wrote to me on Myspace because we both liked the band Yo La Tengo. The rest is history. We wrote a bit back and forth, then more and more, then talked on the phone, then met and were engaged after a week together, and a year later we were married! I have never been happier, and now our life together is just beginning...I'm moving to Paris to be with him. My French is not too good yet, and I will have many adventures, I'm sure. I'd like to share them with you if you're interested! I am a podcast nerd, I like making collages and my own Christmas cards, I love cooking and museums and shopping in outdoor markets, I love cats and long walks.