I seem to have something against people reading my blog, in that each time I start getting new readers I then have an attack of life getting in the way and the next thing I know I have been absent for [insert large duration here] and I find myself back to where I was before.
So in an attempt to stop the blog from going any colder than it already has, I will do what I often do in these situations and
unscrupulously steal borrow inspiration from somebody else 😆
Today Just A Mom asked
If you could take off for a day all by yourself where would you go and what would you do?(please click here … it will
ease my conscience over the theft repay the gift of inspiration 🙂 )
I replied, with a scaled back version of what is below, but it got me daydreaming and I decided to share 🙂
For me, there is a park in the centre of Paris called Jardin du Luxembourg.
Whilst being surrounded by the some of the most beautiful architecture and statues, with un-ignorable history in every direction, whilst being in one of Europe’s busiest cities as well as having many small children playing nearby, somehow this place feels like the most tranquil place on earth.
This is where I would spend the day. With the aid of a good book and the odd trip to a local café for hot chocolate, I would spend my hours luxuriating in this blissful stolen peace, amongst the elderly French men playing chess and more fountains than you could shake a stick at.
I would round the day off by returning to the street restaurant on the Champs-Élysées that Mrs Geek and I visited when we were expecting Lisa, where I would once again sample their divine culinary skills by indulging myself with a very rare steak followed by crème brûlée.
I think the only thing to mar this day would be the fact that the original question stated that I was to be “all by yourself”, and as much as this would be an overwhelmingly good day, I think I would struggle to get past the fact that I wanted to share the day with Mrs Geek who I know would probably enjoy the above at least as much as I would.
While I am conscious not to wish my time away (quite the opposite), I do look forward to one day taking this particular daydream and turning it into a reality.
So am I just a freak, or do others have little snapshots of life that they have tucked away until a more suitable time?