J’aime Paris!

Posted: August 11, 2015 in Experiences, Thoughts
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There’s a song about leaving your heart in San Francisco, and that used to be true for me, until I visited Paris! Although… I have to admit, I almost left my heart there because I nearly died…but that’s a story for another day.

Still, Paris ranks up there as one of the most amazing cities I’ve ever visited…if not the most amazing. I loved walking down the Champs-Élysées from the Arc de Triomphe and the amazing scent of perfume I kept picking up. I couldn’t tell if it was from the people who passed me or the shops, but I decided then and there to make sure I bought some french perfume before I left. It’s a good thing too, since after that, things got dicey for me and it wasn’t until later that I got a chance to find a shop.

I’ll never forget walking down the street from Notre Dame on my last day there and finding the little L’Occitane en Provence shop on the corner. Wild dogs or a certain hit-man couldn’t stop me from going inside and taking a whiff of all the wonderful smells. After much sniffing, I found the perfect fragrance for me. It’s called Néroli & Orchidée, and I LOVE IT!

So, even though I’m not in Paris anymore, I can still spray some of that perfume on and remember that day, and how thankful I was to be alive… and for good friends who always seem to be there to get me out of trouble.

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Comments
  1. Erin says:

    Nice! I can’t wait to read your next book!!!

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  2. Audrey Reed says:

    I love these little Shelby blogs! They keep me satisfied until the next book come out. I would also recommend the audio books to anyone who hasn’t listened to them yet. They are great!

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  3. Kate S says:

    I *just* finished reading Devious Minds (I found Carrots six days ago and haven’t stopped reading since!) and decided to see what this website was. So clever! And I had to comment here that I’m so glad to find out what perfume she ended up with 😂

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