Zombie Week

22 Sep


Sunday night, end of another week, a though one I must say. I’m just getting over a cold that started on Monday morning and kept me all week feeling like a zombie and looking hangovered and under slept. I went to a roller coaster of different emotions while I spent my mornings watching movies in pjs with a box of kleenex and a cup of tea. I felt homesick, I wanted to make chicken soup, I didn’t have the ingredients in my fridge, I missed my mom, I wanted to watch movies with my house keeper, I cried. Being sick away from home is the WORST. I felt like I wasted all my weekdays being sick at home so I decided to go out a lot this weekend and breath in some fresh air. I walked a lot, took a lot of pictures, had lunch near Notre Dame, had a long philosophical conversation with a friend while sipping Vin Rosé in Sacre-Cour, met some really cool German and Dutch guys, and I read. A lot. At Parc Monceau, Champs de Mars, at a nice park next to the Louvre, at Le Jardin des Tuileries, at the metro, and basically everywhere I went. That’s the thing about me, when I have too much thoughts filling my mind I read to escape my life and focus on someone else’s problems and feelings. The good thing about a few bad days is that you can always turn it around on the weekend, have fun, and start over on Monday morning. Looking forward to waking up tomorrow.





My new favorite reading spot, so happy I found this place.



Enjoying solitude at Champs de Mars


Weekend essentials: Guess leather jacket, EOS lipbalm, macaron pill box, headphones, book, D&G sunglasses that have extreme sentimental value.


Awesome view from Sacre Cour


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