Friday, June 24, 2011

Louis Vuitton Purse Video-2

Hi friends!

I've already told this story in a previous blog, but I thought I would share anyway.

Hope everyone is having a great summer. I am :)



Cathi said...

Loved Midnight in Paris, it was so fabulous. When the movie ended in our theater everyone clapped and that doesn't happen too often. I also recognized areas that I had been to last summer and it made me so happy! On another note, I am trying to find the french music you had last year on one of your blog posts, I loved all the songs and want to write them down. Sending love and prayers to you, Scott and your family! xxoo :)

Cathi said...

P.S. Is this the bag you were talking about?

Red Rose Alley said...

I just visited you blog today. Your pictures are so lovely. My daughters went to Paris a couple years ago, and I know what you mean...they can't get enough of it, and it changed their lives.
It makes me want to go there myself. Me and my daughters just started a new blog, and we would love it if you could visit us and follow. The link is: I will certainly tell my daughters about your blog...we would love to come back, and we will doing a 'Paris post' in the near future. Hope to hear from you, and have a sweet day.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

Girl Meets Paris said...

Sorry it took me so long to publish your comment, and to respond. We have been on vacation in the mountains with NO internet... nice :)

I'm not sure which post you are asking about with the French Music. The only one I can think of is when I'm showing a dinner we had in the apartment. Is that it? That song is by Nat King Cole. It's the French version of that song that goes... " for the way you look at me. for the only one I see. very, very, extraordinary. even more than anyone that you adore....

Hope that helps. I bought it on iTunes, not in conjunction with an album. Here's the english version. The french one is on iTunes too.

We also take Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra with us. There are many other random french songs I've downloaded. If you could tell me the date of the post, I will listen and find it for you.


A Tale of Two Cities said...

Loved your LV story--how clever to make two bags out of one. You've been in my thoughts lately. Just returned from the south of France and Paris--bought a market basket in Provence and thought of you! My big splurge from hubby this time was a necklace from Van Cleef and Arpels--buying jewelry on the Place Vendome is a once in a lifetime experience--certainly the royal treatment. We saw Midnight in Paris while we were there and loved it. I must watch it again and look at the details--accessories and such. Wish we lived in the same town and could watch it together. Many blogs ahead about our France trip...

Happy Fourth of July,

Jenny said...

Teri-girl! I love ya. cheers to you and Scott. I love your joy for Paris. And how wonderful that you and Scott share that gorgeous city and its memories so well. that is certainly a gift. I also get giddy when I see "my spots" in Paris on film...but I don't have anyone here that joins me when I am overcome...they chuckle and roll their eyes at me, but it simply make Paris all that more dear to me. You know, just the other day my 4 yo asked, "Mommy why do we have all these Eiffel Towers in the house?"...I asked, "Do you know where the real Eiffel Tower is?"..."yes, Mommy, in Paris!"...."Well," I told her, "Mommy has those here so she can have a little of Paris in the House"...yeah, she rolled her eyes. Now I am off to see Midnight in Paris as soon as possible and Lord willing, one day, be in Paris to have the "Vuitton" experience. Love to you and your family.

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