Paris is only a 4-hour train ride away, but we don’t have time to visit as much as we’d like. This January weekend we took the little trip to meet up with friends from Los Angeles. On Sunday afternoon, all of Paris seemed to be outside walking in the park, strolling along the river, or sitting outside the quintessential cafe. It almost felt like spring. The photos were captured with our vintage Polaroid Land Camera 360.

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  2. Shantel says:

    DebraI thought this post was very intihgsful and poignant. I am a newbie at journaling, so I am reading everything I can to help me stay motivated to write. You stated something at the end that really hit a core part of me. I cannot have children so I have always tended to question, why record my day, why record my history, no one will ever read it but me. My children will never read my thoughts or get to know me better through my daily musings. But, that’s ok. I am writing for my future self, the one I have yet to meet.Thank you.

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