Thanks for the shout-out!I love and miss Cambridge...
me too, I'll meet you there.
A "je-ne-sais-quoi" in Paris that I love too!
Anytime, Mary-Laure! You know I live vicariously through your Paris posts...I should take more Harvard Square photos for you...I wonder how much it's changed since you were last here? Hi Mrs. French...yes, let's meet up in Paris...Artycho, want to join us? Hi Claire, thanks for visiting! It's so nice to have new readers!
We share the same dream, Jill. I could join you two ; )
yes, please do Stardust!! i wonder if my husband would mind if i jetted off to Paris for a week and left him with the kids???
Dear all, when/if you visit Paris, by all means DO contact me and I'll be more than happy to get together with you for a nice cup of tea in the city! I love meeting fellow bloggers, such an amazing community!Jill, I'd love to see Harvard Sq again; just called Cambridge's city hall to register to vote! It was my last US-address (Holden street, so lovely...).As long as the Harvard Bookstore and Toscanini ice cream are still around, I'll be happy.
I'd love to meet you the next time I get to Paris Mary-Laure. Please look me up too if you get back to Cambridge anytime! Holden St is so pretty. Did you ever to go to Dali on the corner of Kirkland and Beacon? We used to love to hang out there and drink sangria. Toscanini's is still in Central Square, but they closed the one in Harvard Square. The Harvard Bookstore is still there...I love going there late night after dinner and a movie in the square...they're still open 'till 10 pm or so.
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