Links I Love Week 31

Happy Sunday! I am pretty much all moved in and settled (minus a box of shoes). My Dad decided to make the drive from Ohio to visit. I have only been begging him since March to visit. It has been so hard not seeing family, this visit meant so much to me. We didn’t hug and I kept my distance, but my heart is so full. I stressed to him how important it was that he stay healthy. Hopefully, he decides to come visit more often in the future. He arrived a little on the skinny side although he didn’t agree, I did my best to feed him and send him home with cookies and other treats. He asked if I would mail him care packages just like I do my niece. How could I say no?

Of Wine, Hand Gel and Heartbreak (NYT)

The Best Ideas for an Entryway As I get to working on mine at the new place, this article had some great design ideas and inspiration

Cold Comfort: France Bans Heaters at Outdoor Cafés and Restaurants

Ina Garten’s 10-MInute Fig and Goat Cheese Toast is the Ultimate Summer Appetizer

My favorite place for sheets Boll and Branch is 20% off. I bought a white Duvet for the new place. I am all in favor of a white bed.

10 Entry Tables (you can see where I am headed with design)

French producers battle to end the champagne surplus caused by lockdown

An Old-World Montreal Apartment Gets a Fresh Makeover

Chicago breaks vote by mail record. I updated my new address and registered to vote by mail in 5 minutes. The links to do it are in this post.

How to Search for Vintage Pieces Online from Emily Henderson

7 Ways to Cook Zucchini

August in Paris: Restaurants and Cafés staying open.

How to Cut Cheese is a very important part of French culture. This is a great guide.

Sharon Santoni shares her perfect day in Normandy

This is Life in France (right now)

If you are missing Paris, sign up for A Year in Paris right to your door. Each month (or season) a Paris print will arrive in the mail. You can send it to your favorite Francophile friend too.

A Short History on Depression Glass, An Unlikely Collectors Item (my mom had me on the green and pink glass early)

Will the city of love ever be the same again?

Thanks to David Lebovitz Dirty Lemon is on my Paris list for the next visit

The Pandemic could end the age of Middle Priced Dining

On the Blog:

My New Office

French Phrases for Your Picnic

All About the Move

My Favorite Lipsticks

Blueberry Muffin Recipe

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