Saturday, May 17, 2008

French Pastries to die for

Here's a link to my French trip on my web site if you'd like to take a peek. There are too many to post here.

Near the bottom is an example of the fabulous French pastries we ate every day.

The awesome thing was, we walked so much for those two weeks I didn't gain a single pound even though I ate these every day.

Au revoir and have a great weekend!


April Afloat said...

Hi Kimberley,
It's great to hear from you. Thanks so much for the blog comment. I just took a look at your pics from France. How beautiful! I'm jealous. Ed and I went to Paris for a week last year and I want to go back. Take care for now. xo april

Kimberley Griffiths Little said...

We were so lucky to travel around all of France. It was great - and the best part was speaking French with the shop and restaurant people. Such fun. At least we could a little. ;-) I'd love to go back one day - without the high school kids. Just hubby and me!

Heidi Quist said...

How fun you've been recently! I haven't been since my mission, 95-96. How fun you're writing a romance in Paris! Thanks for stopping by and commenting! Nice to "meet" you, too. How did you come about learning French?

Kimberley Griffiths Little said...

Actually, it's been a couple of years. Still saving up my FF Miles to go again!

I took French in high school and two semesters at BYU. Which has been a very long time ago now, but I brushed up on it before the trip and watched French in Action video tapes. My husband and I studied our dictionaries on the plane over, too. He knows Spanish from his mission and picked up French very quickly.



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