Tuesday, July 8, 2008

I'm Back!

G and I in Grenoble, at the base of the French Alps

It's great to be home!

France was absolutely fantastic and I've got tons of stories and pictures to share from our adventures!

For now, I am trying to survive a serious case of jet lag (and trying to get used to the beginning of a very long 21 days, which you can read about here), so I'm off to go take a little after-work-nap.

Here are some highlights of the trip to quench your curiosity...

10 cities in France visited
9 really strong cups of cafe au lait (at least)
8 naked ladies (well they were topless anyway)
7 crepes with nutella (and occasionally banana)
6 times getting really lost
5 hundred photos
4 in-laws
3 hours on the Eiffel Tower
2 boxes of Laduree macaroons
and
1 gelato cone (with two scoops) EVERY night

Now if that doesn't sound like an awesome vacation, then I don't know what does!

See you cool cats tomorrow!

9 comments:

jozette said...

Ohhhh Jessie! Welcome back!! Can't wait to hear all about your adventures!!

bon bon girls said...

I'm so jealous! I can't think of anything I would like to do more right now than spend 3 hours on the Eiffel tower and wash that down with some macaroons!

mary said...

YAY! Welcome back! I can't wait to hear (and see) all about it. Gorgeous picture, by the way! :)

karey m. said...

YOU'RE BACK! i missed you...and it was so nice to see your comments again on my space.

so happy you had fun. now get cleansin'! xoxo.

Jessie said...

Thanks gals! Missed you all too... I have so many blogs to get caught up on, but it's a joy to "read" you all again! Mwah!

The Lil Bee said...

Yay! You're back! I can't wait to see photos. Congrats on the feature...love that :)

Jennifer said...

Weeee! What did you get? What did you get?

Cupcakes and Cashmere said...

that scarf brings out the blue in your eyes so beautifully. sounds like you had a fantastic time!

Anonymous said...

look at your cute scarfy scarf and dress!! and is your hair darker?? can't wait to see ALL your pictures!!

-sara