City Breaks

Sometimes you have to go back to move forwards

I’d left my soul in Paris, every part of my being was aching to return. My former happy go lucky self had seemingly disappeared and when you lose a part of your self, the only think left to do is return to reclaim it. And that is exactly what I did. I was greeted with old friends who lent an ear to my woes and helped to rebuild my security. Truthfully speaking it was a weekend which I was very much in need of. I had needed to return to part ways with Paris properly. I left feeling a thousand times happier and feeling self-assured in my plan. So far in life I’ve found it essential to have a plan to give me a sense of purpose and something to strive towards even if it doesn’t always work out or there are hiccups along the road I always need to have faith in my plan. It was a wonderful weekend filled with old friends as well as new ones, frequenting my former haunts as well as discovering new ones. In the meanwhile I’m so excited to share with you some of the photos taken whilst there and a few of the projects I embarked on.

Paris atop Notre Dame
Paris atop Notre Dame
Paris dinner


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korin says:

October 30, 2014 at 7:54 am

Beautiful images as always. Would love to visit Paris one day.

Farfelue says:

November 3, 2014 at 2:24 pm

Oh yes you absolutely should!

Cheryl Villamor says:

October 31, 2014 at 6:49 am

Hi Faye,

Thank you for sharing something so personal, even though I’m not in your situation, I can relate in some way or another with the feelings you are expressing and I’m sure it resonates within most, if not all of us out there..Life is a journey filled with ups and downs, disappointments, uncertainty and doubts, but also happiness, reassurance and abundant blessings! It’s how you approach it I guess, that will determine how you will get through it. And believe me you will, in due time..You are stronger than you think! :-) Best wishes and thanks again for sharing. Much appreciated!