Wishing you the best in 2014
Happy New Year! Can you believe it is already 2014? Holy Guacamole, time flies! I wish you and your loved ones, oceans of love, health, wealth and happiness in this new year and I hope your New Year celebration was just a memorable as mine.
Like all holidays, a certain amount of planning is done. This go around, we decided to throw caution to the wind and see where the wind blew us. Our plan was simply to spend the evening together. As we walked the streets of Bordeaux, our intention was to find a nice little restaurant, then bar hop among the locals to ring in the new year. But, plans change!
Our evening started at a little resto in Place Peyberland, which is located in the very heart of the city, (and within walking distance to all the bars!) We ate and drank well, when all of a sudden, I heard two different things:
First, a text message from my sweet friend, Marie, inviting us to a salsa dance party on the other side of the river. We immediately said YES!
Then, I heard a voice, very similar to mine. Turns out, a cute American couple (Morgan and Jordan) was also in the restaurant. We met Morgan and Jordan, the awfully cute American duo from Maine. We started talking and invited them along to the salsa shindig to ring in the new year with us. They immediately said YES!
Side note: I love Americans! They always say YES when it comes to adventure!
Another side note: Morgan proposed to Jordan that evening. She said YES! Congratulations to them both! We wish them so much joy and happiness!
That evening, we danced, drank, laughed, kissed, hugged, and enjoyed. We rang in the new year with Champagne and we danced the night away. Isn't life grand?
Wishing you the best in 2014! Take care of yourselves and be happy.
Love -- Jenny xoxxox
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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!
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