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It’s Time for me to Stop . . .

May 09, 2012

Peony Garden

French-Secret of the week:

                     Living well is not optional

Stopping to savor the moment is essential for the French lifestyle. It can be a walk in the garden or sitting at a café enjoying lunch. Whatever it is, it takes priority over other things.

Garden Sale (1)

This is hardest for me to remember. When it comes to work, I don’t know how to stop. Knowing that, I decided to slow down and enjoy the day. Spring is my favorite time of the year and watching things come to life isn’t going to wait until I’m ready.

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