Thursday, February 23, 2012

{from the bottom of my heart ...}

Thank you thank you thank you! I can't get over the support of this community. At first I felt bad dumping my thoughts and feelings on you yesterday. And I truly didn't want any one to feel like they just had to leave a comment telling me everything would be ok just because that's the polite thing to do, but your comments and emails were SO genuine, so caring, and so incredibly thoughtful. Every SINGLE persons words meant so much to me and I read every comment over and over again. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. And I promise to keep you posted on my journey!

For today, I'm looking forward to all the good things to come, and I'm hoping that for my life, that will include travel {and lots of it}. So come & escape reality with me even if for just a moment ...


One day I hope to put this many pins in my map ...


I'm ready to pack my bags ... and I'm dreaming of Paris first and foremost.







Maybe a little time spent at a hotel pool ...


And a stroll down Rue Cambon perhaps?


Ahhh, escapism does wonders for the soul :) Another form of therapy for me: puppies ... and lucky enough I'm baby-sitting Lola the bulldog today!! Should be fun to have a furry friend around. Hope your week is winding down, almost Friday!

10 comments:

amy walters said...

Beautiful shots of Paris Nancy!!! The Arc Triumphe is even more beautiful in person. The detail is amazing.
I've been dreaming of travel for a while now. I really have my heart set on Southern France, Italy or something of that sort. Sadly, I no immediate plans in place, but looking forward to the day I get my passport stamped ;)

christine, just bella said...

ahhh, beautiful. Nothing like a little travel therapy be it virtual or not. I loooove Paris but am dying to go back, I was there as a teenager and know I would appreciate it SO much more now.

Also, I just wanted to send you a big virtual hug. I read your post from yesterday and completely understand your frustrations. Things like this are so hard in the moment, but once that hindsight kicks in it'll be nice to know things happen for a reason. I know things will work out for you, Nancy, stay postive!!
big hugs :)
Christine

Sharon@house58blog.com said...

We all need to support one another. Happy to support you! Puppy love is the best therapy. Enjoy it today. I am picking up my sweet 6 month old pup from the surgery center today after not having her for almost a week. Almost lost her, but so happy to have my puppy love back! Also, gorgeous pics of Paris. It is on my dream list of travel as well. Have a wonderful day!

Sheila @SZInteriors said...

The world IS your oyster, Nancy! Bon voyage mon amie... Paris is waiting :-)
xo Sheila

Laura said...

you NEED to go to Paris Nancy! you deserve it - you've been working way too hard and I know that it'll all be worth it in the end. Hang in there!!! <3

Wendi @ Classic Chic Home said...

I want to go to Paris with you!!! I hope you make it there someday soon, Nancy.
I'll keep you in my prayers as you begin your new chapter in your life. The world IS your oyster!
~ Wendi ~ xo

Brandi@ Flights of Whimsy said...

I'm sure you will make it to paris to celebrate graduation this year! Hang in there!

Tracey Ayton Photography said...

Nancy, I think you should get yourself a dog. Griffon always makes me smile, even when I really don't feel like it. He will keep nudging me until I pet him, sometimes it annoys me but it always brings a smile to my face, eventually. So I can count on seeing you in France while I'm there? Fabulous!!! Let's go shopping!!! No really, let's go shopping, let me know when you want to go and we'll go, K?

Beauty Follower said...

Nice pictures!

Chic et Posh said...

Hahaha! Great "escapetherapy"! It always work amd trust me, I speak knowingly. So... "I meet you at Ladurée Champs Elysées for tea & macaroons,a long cheering-up chat and some serious gift boxes shopping". Happy Weekend! :P XoXo Maca

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