A year ago today I stood on this cobbled street in Paris.
I stood in awe at just being in a city with so much beauty and history. To stand in a spot where so many had possibly stood over centuries. To see things that I had only read and seen in books-it was amazing! I love that we can capture these sweet moments of our life's journey. Treasured photographs that transport us through time and space reminding us of the joys and sorrows we have experienced in this life.
I had always dreamed of traveling to France. Today I am linking with Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday and sharing a few photographs of my dream captured!
(All images textured with Warm Sun from Kim Klassen)
The Cathedral of Notre Dame is the most popular monument in Paris and in all of France. It was amazing to behold.
The flowers were so incredibly beautiful in France. There were flower shops and stands on every street.
The Eiffel Tower looked smaller than I imagined it would be.
LuLu and me in the Monet Gardens in Giverny. I think it was my favorite day spent in France.
(The girl is almost as tall as me!)
A beautiful Cathedral in the small town in Vernon. We took a train from Paris and rode bikes through town. The back roads are the best way to see France!
We walked everywhere. We had to walk off the chocolate croissants we ate for breakfast every morning. I still dream about those sweet pastries! My sweetheart was our trusty map guide.
Paris in Spring was so beautiful! I will never forget the sweet memories I have of the beautiful time we spent there.
Don't forget to stop by the Cafe to see the other links shared for texture tuesday. So many sweet memories captured!
"Memory is a way of holding onto the things you love, the things you are, the things you never want to lose."