Six word Saturday


Paris images that made me smile!

One of the delightful statues on Pont Alexandre III

One of the delightful statues on Pont Alexandre III

Doorknobs to die for!

Doorknobs to die for!

A shop window in Galerie Vivienne

A leaning Eiffel Tower or two in Galerie Vivienne

Rodin's wonderful sculpture garden

Rodin’s wonderful sculpture garden

Soupe a l'oignon

Soupe a l’oignon- to keep my strength up!

The clock at Musee d'Orsay

The clock at Musee d’Orsay

More door knobs!

More delicious door knobs!

More wedding album shots, while the world looks on

Wedding album shots, while the world looks on

Worshipping at the Louvre

Worshipping at the Louvre

The sparkling Seine by night

The sparkling Seine by night

A concert at Saint Chapelle

In concert at Saint Chapelle

A parting shot at Charles de Gaulle airport

My parting shot, at Charles de Gaulle airport

Sigh!  It’s wonderful to look back on.  I hope you enjoyed it too.  It’s a long Bank Holiday weekend here in England, so plenty to see and do.  I’ll still be walking on Monday so I’ll see you then.  Have fun, whatever you do, even if that’s nothing at all!

Cate at Show My Face would love you to play Six word Saturday, if you can find the time.



  1. Better late than never, Jo! I’m so far behind; that holiday and the extra days of work have made life really busy for me. I love your Paris images. Those bowls of “delicious door knobs” are wonderful, as are your images of the Louvre, the Seine, and the wedding album. Oh and that onion soup looks really delicious. I’m sure you had a wonderful time in Paris. I hope it was a romantic anniversary. 🙂


  2. Gorgeous photos…you really know how to capture the essence of a place and Paris is all the better for you having shared it with us. Just lovely this post Jo 🙂


    1. Hi Sherri! Thank you so much for finding me on here. I wish I had a system but I mostly just respond to comments and then think who I haven’t seen in the week. I’ve been thinking of pursuing you for a day or so but you beat me to it 🙂 Only got 10 mins before I dash off to Dads to do some cleaning.

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      1. No worries – I only just put my post up yesterday, only third since returning from France. I’ve been very slow getting back into the swing of blogging but then I have been trying to write more on my book too so I suppose I have some excuse. I took a few hits recently for one reason or another and was quite low, but think I’m climbing back out of the hole at last…as one does. Catch up with you soon…I always know where to find you Jo 🙂


    1. Oh, don’t, Ad! I would have loved to 😦 Somebody who shall be nameless (and who carries the money) turned a blind eye when I waffled on about them. Now, what kind of anniversary behaviour is that? 🙂

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  3. Stunning captures of such beautiful moments Jo! I do love those doorknobs as well and those crocheted Eiffel tower is just adorable! That soup looks sooo tasty! Wish you could email me some. 😀

    The Louvre is my favourite. Thanks for sharing these beauties. 😀 ♥ Hugs ♥


    1. Cold enough for soup here today but I still managed to get down to the Moors for a while this afternoon, Sonel. 🙂
      Ah, Paris! The memories live on 🙂 Hugs, darlin’. You back to ‘yourself’ again or still under the weather?

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      1. Same here Jo, but in the mornings only. Guess I will have to come and join you then. LOL!

        Good memories do that. 😀
        ♥ Hugs ♥ to you too hon.

        As for your question … I don’t know what to say but I am not going to complain. Things could be much worse. Thanks for asking and for caring. Love you for that. 😀 ❤

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