I Love Being a Girl!

NY Times photos It's no secret of my love affair with all things Francaise.  I just read a lovely article in The New York Times about French women entitled "Aging Gracefully, the French Way."  I have a French friend Laetitia from Paris and she really does have that je ne sais quoi.  And she had enough sense to marry a good Southern guy from Louisiana.  I'm smiling with my eyes now. But reading this article made me think of her and that it's high time I grab Erika whose back to blogging and high tale it back home to Paris.  Erika are you with me?  I do understand the belief that everything can be cured with a cream.  That's one of the reasons I slather my skin with every single possible skin care product I can get my hands on.  

My favorite part is this:  "Though Frenchmen are clearly interested — they shamelessly ogle women on
the street — beauty is a female topic. When, over dinner, I asked a
grandmother of three how she managed to stay beautiful, she deflected my
question, saying, 'I never discuss these things in front of my
husband
.'"

That's how I feel. I try as much as I can to keep my beauty maintenance away from l'homme.  I know it's crazy, but I just can't help it. 

I love reading these types of articles, but I have to say.  I have amazing women in my life who are smart, funny, kind, fabulous, and definitely not French.  But, they are AMAZING nonetheless.  To those women and my non-French women readers you too are fabulous.  

Photos are from The New York Times. 

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  1. I being a girl too. Great post!

  2. YES! We must connect in NYC. Fashion Week – tres exciting!!!

  3. The Vibram Five Fingers Shoes, to differing degrees, allow you to both walk without a heel and condition toe-spread, especially the big toe, for lateral stability.We advise you walking barefoot for a few weeks to toughen up the skin on the bottom of the foot as well as the muscles in the ankles and feet

  4. I’m the opposite when it comes to beauty and my man. I want him to know how hard it is to look so good. I think he appreciates the honesty.

  5. I’m the exact opposite when it comes to beauty routine and my husband. I let him see most of the things I do in the name of beauty. He has to understand what it’s like, though he does a lot of grooming himself.

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