A Moveable Feast

“I know. We should live in this time now and have every minute of it.”
“We’re watching the water now as it hits this buttress. Look what we can see when we look up the river.”
We looked and there it all was: our river and our city and the island of our city.
“We’re too lucky,” she said.
— Ernest Hemingway —

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5 Responses to A Moveable Feast

  1. Keri Cole says:

    My envy actually hurts my chest.

  2. rebecca johns says:

    I read that book!! loved it —-beautiful photos…

  3. Robin D. says:

    That’s it! I’m quitting my soul crushing job and moving to Paris right now! Because “If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a (middle-aged woman), then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.”

    • randasfans says:

      I laughed out loud at your modified quotation. This city has its hard edges, but ultimately it is eye opening, uplifting, and breathtakingly beautiful. But you already know that!

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