I'd Rather be in Paris" blog. I am very pleased to report that there have been over 4,000 visits to this site. Now I admit, I have no idea what is considered a "good" number of visits, but to me, this is phenomenal!
So thank you to all of you who have stopped by. I hope you enjoy the content and will come back often.
I celebrated the occasion by going to see Midnight in Paris for the second time. I just love that movie!
I've heard some recent grumblings that Parisians don't like the movie too much. I guess I can see their point. When I see movies featuring San Francisco it doesn't always give me that warm and fuzzy feeling either. I don't really like cable cars (I never ride them unless I have out of town guests) and I stay as far away from Fisherman's Wharf as I can get! And, please don't get me started on the endless hills in this city.
When I watch a movie set in San Francisco I spend a lot of my time dissecting the movie, trying to pick out what parts are misleading or where its obvious that they played fast and loose with the facts.
So, I imagine it's probably the same with Parisians. They get to live in that beautiful, picture perfect city every single day - and I guess walking in the rain is fun - if you like your jeans plastered to your leg and you can rock the flat hair - or as Roger Miller put it - " Some people walk in the rain...others just get wet!"