Love is not a Disney movie.
Happily Ever After is a Marketing Tool.
And Romance is a Lost Art.
But in France, the country of lovers and pleasure, indulgence and joie de vivre, Love, Happily Ever After and Romance is presented as a lifestyle, something normale, something comme ça.
My sweet husband is a strange bird.
When I first met him, I thought he was odd.
He smelled like garlic and epitomized the
Hence, we have been together for five years, married for four.
He tells me he loves me, however not as often as I would like, but earlier in the week,
he said something that made me feel, know, and acknowledge that
I am his "one."
We had friends visiting from Las Vegas and the conversation turned to sleep and jet lag.
My friend is a heavy sleeper/snorer, her traveling partner and lover, is a light sleeper.
He seems doubly tired, yet has a great attitude!
That is when the husband said that my snoring was -still is- comforting to him.
He said it like it was something normale, something comme ça.
At that moment, I felt that we would live Happily Ever After.
His statement was very Romantic.
And, I was Snow White, the fairest of them all!
Bonjour et Bienvenue!
Thank you for stopping by for a spell!
I am a 40-something year old American woman. Born in Texas, raised in Las Vegas!
Frenchified for Life
is a fabulous little lifestyle blog about truly embracing French life!
My intent is to simply inspire you to create something unique and beautiful in your everyday life. The French have this wonderful and annoying habit of seeing the world through rose colored glasses, might as well learn something from them!
That said, I lift my glass to you!
By the way, I mention the name Cachou (or The Cash) a lot, I'm referring to her...