February 2012 Edition of French Frolicking

February 2012 Edition of French FrolickingWinter is one of my favorite times in Paris, the food the lighter tourist crowds, the color of the sky, there are a million shades of grey that I have only seen in the Paris sky in winter.  I was lucky enough to recently visit and I am still enjoying the remaining sentiment of that trip.

This past month seemed to be a busy one for many of my expat friends living in France.  The post-holiday rush is still on, maybe it is the semi-annual soldes which are spurring a little bit of extra flurry?

Let’s check it out.  It is the thing I do the first Sunday of the month, I call it French Frolicking.  My series where I invite my blogging friends to share their favorite blog posts from the previous month, in this case January.

So come and explore some of their posts from this month, sit back with a glass of wine, a cup of tea or a shot of espresso and enjoy.

February 2012 edition of French Frolicking:

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  1. I am inviting you come and be part of my blog hop:

    http://juliejewels1.blogspot.com/2012/02/show-your-stuff-9.html

  2. @Julie, thanks for the invite!

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