Saturday, November 04, 2006

Day 4 (Part 2): Paris; It's Not Just a City Anymore

Today's featured blog on Blogger is Paris Breakfasts.

I'm looking at it and I say to my friend, "What is it about Paris?"

She says, "I know! I don't get it either. I mean, she's such a ditz."

It takes me a moment and then I realize we've just been talking about two different things.

"No," I reply. "Not Paris Hilton. Paris, the City."


Sister Mary Lisa said...

I'd like to go to Paris France and find out exactly what it is about Paris, wouldn't you?

As for Paris Hilton...She's a weenis.

Janet M. Kincaid said...

LMAO! Yes, Paris Hilton is a total WEENIS!

As for Paris the City, I'd like to go there one day, too. I wonder if it really is like the song La Vie en Rose?

Sister Mary Lisa said...

Someday maybe I'll be in a position to get to Paris and find it all out for myself. I imagine it's lovely and has a lot more atmosphere and charm than where I come from....

Janet M. Kincaid said...

I wouldn't knock Montana too badly. Paris and Montana are different in very unique ways and that's not a bad thing.

Paris is a mix of old world and avante garde. Montana is rustic and wild.

Paris is the city of lights. Montana is big sky country.

Paris bustles. Montana is serene.

Both have their virtues.

Personally, I'd like to see Montana as much as I'd like to see Paris. And, if given a choice of the two, I'd probably pick Montana first.