Posts Tagged ‘Christmas’

No Dictionary, No Translation Software…

December 25, 2007

… but a very pretty gift I will hang next to my desk in 2008: a month-by-month calendar with 12 photos taken by me, or others, of those who support me (pets included! ;-)).

A sweet idea that will take me along from month to month.

Apart from that, NO work today. At last one quiet day.

Greetings to all!


Merry Christmas from Paris

December 23, 2007

A picture is worth a thousand words, they say.

For those who have the time or the courage to check this blog today, this picture from my collection. Again very amateurish, but it’s the real thing. I took the scintillating Eiffel Tower from a bateau-mouche.

Thank you for being around, and I hope you will have an enjoyable day.


The Holiday Spirit

December 22, 2007

The Holiday Spirit

Reflecting upon certain articles I am reading on the Net these days, I’ve come to two realizations:

1- my blog is only partly accessible to the visually-impaired, so I have decided to try and find a way to correct this, if I can;

2- although it’s easy to slow down and use the festive mood as an excuse to stop connecting, I’ll try and continue to blog over the next few days. After all, not everyone is celebrating Christmas, whatever the reason.

So I sifted through my photos and came up with this one that I really like. It’s a picture of my Christmas tree, taken a couple of years ago, but I still like it very much, so I’m sharing it (to a certain point: if you like it too, please backlink to it, don’t steal it!)

And now I’m off to do my Christmas shopping. I hate being in crowds and most of the year I’m able to avoid Saturday shopping.