Snow Covered Paris

You can't tell anymore, but last week Paris was covered in beautiful white, fluffy snow. My New England heart (that's right, I'm claiming to be a New Englander now) was leaping for joy. I took close to ...I don't know. Like a ba-jillion photos.  I finally got around to editing some of them.  And now I'm posting them for you. and! writing this blog post. yay! (go me)!


I hope you're all staying cozy this winter.

Enjoy Paris,

Katrina

ps. if you wouldn't mind- could you leave a comment telling me what your favorite pics are that I posted here?  thank you, thank you! <3































12 comments

  1. Photos 12, 14, and 17 are my favorites. The photo of your family watching the snow out the window is also lovely!

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    1. Thanks, Jen! I didn't realize how many photos I posted until you commented with the numbers. haha...might have posted too many! ah well.

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  2. Such a lovely post! My favorites are the kiddos standing by the door, the motorcycles, the first bike picture, and the pink chairs 🙂

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  3. Bonjour from Austin, TX. In response to your p.s. above: they're all good, but I like the one with yours kids standing at the window.

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    1. This is my choice as well sis! Welcome to Europe and much grace upon grace❣️

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    2. Thank you, Vicki! And yes, one of my faves too. But those kiddos are two of my favorite people so I might be biased ;)

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  4. I love the one with your kiddos looking out the window and also the snow covered trees.

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  5. It was definitely the kids looking out of the window...until I saw the single bicycle and the blue door and pink chairs... :P Lovely!

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