“Michèle, you’re not posting on the blog anymore!”, my mom said, yesterday when I visited my parent’s house. And even if I know very well that I’m not posting as frequently as I used to, in this very moment, I realized I do indeed publish barely nothing at the moment. “You know, that’s very sad because I always loved your articles and I found them way more interesting than your Instagram pictures – I’m sure other’s think the same way…” she continued. And again, she was probably right. Instagram is such a fast moving platform. You scroll through your feed and consume an immense amount of content within a short time. While you guys coming here to the blog to watch my pictures and read these lines pay so much attention for what I do and I do really appreciate that! Well, it seems like I didn’t appreciate it enough lately, regarding the lack of news although in the beginning of this years I told I will product more blog content again. Shame on me! ;)
Talking about Paris, there are always people saying they don’t like this city – ’cause it’s just too cliché: berets & baguettes, good wine, the Eiffel Tour, the Louvre. You got it! But honestly, that’s exactly what I love so much about this city. It’s simply unmistakable because it has all those sights and those clichés! Thinking about it, there are just two clichés I can’t hear anymore – because they are just not true!
Do you remember the days when Leo prints where THE thing. I do not really remember in which exact year it happened that animal prints became trendy af but there’s one thing I remember very well: I didn’t like it AT ALL! Really! But honestly I also don’t see myself as the kind of person who is always hunting for the latest trends. I’m more like a late bloomer – one of those people who start to like certain trends five years after they’ve actually been trendy and no one else likes them anymore. I might be something like an anti trendsetter.