So if you happened to have come across my blog chances are that you have accidentally happened upon it, proceed to click the back button and think to yourself jeeze not another person writing yet another blog about her life. OR the other reason for visiting is that you are a fabulous member of my family who is willing to come on my European adventure with me and actually wants to read about my life. Truthfully this is the real reason for my adding another millionth blog into the wonderful world that is the internet.
Okay, so… my situation goes as follows, I am a twenty-something housewife (actually a fiancé, but who cares about technicalities) who is unemployed and have far too much time on my hands. I live in Lyon, France with my Husband (fiancé) Mike and child Boris (furry animal child). A day in the life of me will usually consist of sleeping in until socially acceptable (approximately 10am) and then spending the next half of my day planning what to cook for dinner. I kill time in between by watching beaucoup netflix, working out (not really, just taking the furry child for walks) and changing my nail colour. NOW, believe it or not, this is actually a pretty difficult situation to mentally handle – but before you jump to the notion of spoilt brat alert, I am aware of how super blessed I am to be in this position.
My purpose for this blog is to fill in all of this spare time that I have and use it as an escape from my daily boredoms and an outlet for my love of good food and travel…which ask any foodie, these two things go hand in hand, obviously. So, as I wholly intend to use this platform as a fuel for my love of delightful cuisines and travelling around the world, realistically I can only assume that this adventure may hold my attention for perhaps the next 8 months, until my brother curses me for his wasted time in creating this blog (just kidding sweet sweet brother of mine). I truly hope this continues to entertain both myself and YOU, of course. Now please, sit back and enjoy my life adventures in France and abroad, apologies for my terrible photography skills in advance.
Merci Beaucoup xoxo