If you could be some place other than where you are right now, where would it be? For me at this very moment, while looking at a painting my good friend Roxanne painted of the Eiffel Tower, I would be in Paris.
Exploring the Parisian streets, taking in the beautiful sights of the incredible architect and trying the delicious macaroons and mouth-watering chocolates. Indulging in the delectable foods abound, I would roam from store to store in search of various trinkets to bring home. But the most important thing would be a writing journal, so I can write about my time in Paris in it. Exploring the neighboring towns just to feel the breeze of a different place. Attending performances while trying to understand what is being said. Enjoying my time in another country because this is where I want to be. This is where I will be.
Set your sights on your dreams and make them a reality.
7 thoughts on “Where Would You Be?”
It’s fun to think off new places, or things you’ve never seen in real life. I can think of many places I’d like to visit. Paris sounds amazing! Yet there’s a specialness about home too. Good to mix those dreams in, so we don’t forget there’s more!
Yes, its very good to dream of places to visit & home is special as well.
I was lucky enough to work for a company that was HQtered in Paris…you will love it! The architecture, the individual patisseries, cheese, chocolate shops…amazing. The museums… there are 136 museums! For me a vision wall helps me get motivated to where I want to go. Cant wait to read your blogs about it!
I don’t know whether it’ll be this year and five years from now, but I’ll definitely get there.
My daughter took a solo trip to Paris last year. She had an amazing time. You can do it!
Traveling solo in the US is one thing I’m not too sure about doing that abroad. But we’ll see.
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She was living in Spain at the time so that helped. But she said Paris seemed very safe for females traveling alone. But truthfully, I would be nervous to go too. ☺️
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