Monday, August 2, 2010

A postcard from Paris!

I was having a perfectly crummy day - you know the kind when everything seems to go wrong...woke up with a lousy headache (even tho I suspect it was some food I ate last night), incessant disturbances all morning, door bells, phone calls, one thing after another, wanted to start gift wrapping, could not find the tape etc etc - well all in all it was going horribly UNTIL.....I got a postcard in the mail from my niece studying this summer in Paris! What is it about getting a postcard that brightens up your day IMMEDIATELY???? And that too from a far away romantic place like Paris!!!
We had been chatting online a few days earlier and I had told her my favorite place in Paris (when I visited wayyy back in 2000 for my 20th wedding anniv.) was the Cathedral at Notre Dame and she had sweetly picked a postcard with that to send to me! Well when I saw it all the wonderful memories of that Paris trip came flooding back and I quickly pulled out my album and looked at all the pics we had taken back then! I even pulled out 2 prints of the Eiffel Tower and the Arc De Triomphe that had been sitting now I have a Paris collage in my studio!

Well, needless to say my day cheered up considerably....! Thanks Mallika!

And here she 21 year old niece Mallika!


Anu@My Dream Canvas said...

I went to Paris for my is a cliche but I agree that there is nothing quite like it :-) Hope you have a good week and feel better soon.

Kunal Bhatia said...

Aah Paris.. sigh, how can a city be so beautiful ?

Thanks for visiting Mindless Mumbai, and the gracious comment :)
- Mindless Mumbai

GB said...

I love the way you've styled it!! and you have the coolest relatives too!!??!! :)

Patricia Torres said...

Looking very very pretty.... I've been to paris nearly 10 years ago.. and your post.. and images makes me want to go again... I absolutely loved the place.. its simply gorgeous.. Its one of the best places I've ever been to.. Excellent for people watching..

You are very lucky... to have such a sweet neice...

Anonymous said...

always so nice to get snail mail, and a handwritten one :)