Have a Fabulous and Warm Christmas Holiday!











Some of the images that make the holidays so sweet: warm tea, Ladurée treats, Christmas decorations, Champagne, and of course Paris...

With morning tempatures in the 20s, I suppose it's safe to hope (wish) for snow. 
I want to thank you for being with me for another year, dear reader. You have seen me through my ups, my downs, my blogging breaks, and my exciting travels. Today I am wishing you a happy and safe holiday. I hope that wherever you are, you are safe, loved, and content.

Remember, this is the season for making new and wonderful memories! Try not to spend too much time online lovelies! We can't live our entire lives on here, can we? Don't forget to be among the living.
I will be on Christmas Holiday break from the blog until the 27th.
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7 comments

Sofie said...

awesome pics! merry christmas :) ♥

Tights Lover said...

I hope you have an excellent Christmas! I loved the photos, although I must admit I paused extra long to stare at the cream puffs...

ps. loved your comment on my post from Wednesday. You made many excellent points. Thanks and enjoy your break!

French Girl in Seattle said...

Merci Amber. Lovely post, and lovely message. I will take your advice and will be offline over the next few days while we enjoy Christmas celebrations with my très Parisienne mother in law, and our friends. I am happy I found your blog - merci, Jenny- this year. Joyeux Noël! Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

Style Servings said...

Lovely photos! Have a great Xmas!

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aki! said...

Merry Christmas!

Camille said...

these pics are so adorable! i absolutely love this post!

azu said...

Aw...I love that you put that little message at the end about not spending so much time online. I too find that important, especially when family comes over :)

Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!

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