Paris. And I’m famous!

Well, ‘Midnight in Paris’ was phenomenal. Exquisite cinematography and a charming story. The movie starts with a two minute montage of glorious shots of Paris, and I had to pick my jaw off the floor and wipe the tears of desperation from my eyes. I’m assuming that by now, everyone has seen this movie, but if you haven’t yet, you need to. Need!

I’m really starting to enjoy seeing movies by myself. I went to a noon showing and the theater only had 4 other patrons. Another upside was that tickets were only $6, which is virtually unheard of these days. The ticket might have been cheap, but the movie itself might end up costing me a few thousand dollars, because I’m this close to packing up everything I own and moving to Paris. Like, tomorrow.

Why, you ask? Oh, no reason:

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There is a conversation in the movie about whether Paris is more beautiful during the day or night, and Marion Cotillard’s character asserts that it is more beautiful at night. I completely agree. It’s been over 10 years since I was in Paris, and this is just simply unacceptable. Woody Allen really has me considering becoming an ex-pat.

Oh! This was a wonderful little surprise over the weekend: I was featured over on Insideology.com! Well, my desk was (or, one iteration of it!). And by a nifty British blogger, no less. Thank you, Annabel, for including me!

10 thoughts on “Paris. And I’m famous!

  1. I’m so proud of you!!!!
    Since we went together 11 years ago….I think it’s time that WE go back again! Let’s not stay at Hotel Lutetia this time…no matter how comfortable and lovely it was, I still can’t get over the fact that the gestapo stayed there!

    1. We need to brush up on our French! And I’ll pay my own airfare if you pay for the hotel :)
      Oh, and I was totally planning on being tres chic and wearing scarves around my neck and smoking french cigarettes while I was there, but alas, can’t smoke around my mother.

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