Delightful, Genie. Hope you have a great weekend, too
And I lift my glass to you, mon amie! Have a beautiful weekend!Sylvia
You took this shot at l'Hôtel du Nord, Genie? This conjures up images of old French movies, Arletty, and her famous "gouaille" (cheeky sense of humor). Santé Genie, et bon weekend! Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)
Wishing you a beautiful weekend Geniefondly,Penny
Thanks for the nice words and the nice picture! The glasses are half filled with liquid and reflections. :)
Généralement, les Américaines boivent du vin blanc, en dehors des repas, mais je vois que la plus française, des Américaines que je connaisse, apprécie le vin rosé, comme tous les Français, en été!...
I'll drink to that!
Cheers Genie, definitely a half full girl! Have a great weekend.
It feels like the hair of the dog this time of day....have a great weekend Genie...
A beautiful philosophy, Genie. Bon weekend to you too, ma chère.
Good advice and good photo.
Santé!Very interesting reflections, love this picture!Léia
That looks good, I will have a glass to you, nice weekend.
Cheers to that. Hope you have a great weekend filled with good friends and good wine.Sam
I can taste this rose. Mmmm. It's a little early, though. Just one drop in my glass please.
Thanks for your good weekend wishes. Nothing like a little vino to start it off. Great photo.
And may it always be alcohol! Bon weekend à toi!
Aww..thanks Genie. But at this early hour I think it would be a coffee for me! Have a wonderful weekend...
And I know who you were sharing it with at the Hotel du Nord! Wonderful memories! :)V
lovely sentiment, extraordinary shot. elegant, seductive, beautiful. happy weekend mon ami!
I like the reference in title, Genie, Hotel du Nord... That is a very important cultural reference for French people : it so nice of you to know that one...And the picture itself is awesome : I like the way you captured the life of the moment...Nice say too, and so right : half empty half full, it doesn't matter indeed : all comes to whom you sharing with...
Love the photograph; 'full of life,' as one commenter said. I was at Hotel du Nord last winter; it was cold and I had a 'chocolat chaud'...
Dear Genie, first of all, I see that we are sharing the love for the same place - Paris! I am planning to move there when I will turn 90.I will be spending my days sitting on the bench, wearing hats, shoes by Chanel and smoking rediclous amount of cigaretts. :-))) Thank you for your wonderful comment - it brought smile to my face. I will be following your Blog from now on for more inspiration and beauty! Thank you for sharing it with me. :-)
May your house be safe from tigers.
And may you stay dry! (No, the other kind of dry—as in enough with all these storms.) Love the way you captured the action in this shot. Bon weekend!
I also choose a glass of wine for Week-end reflections! Cheers!
My husband always says my glass is half full. Thank you for the wonderful glass of bubbly going into the weekend.I hope yours is relaxing and stress free.Kris
I work with wines every day in a wine shop! Well captured
Céline, happy birthday! I left you a message - great minds think alike!I think that there will be plenty of wine (and other beverages) for all of us. We'll place a large order with Fábio for more French rosé and some reds for all! Merci!If you have not been to Hotel du Nord, it is a wonderful restaurant with much history.Bises,Genie
This is, in addition to being a good photograph, the embodiment of friendliness and comraderie. Salut! Have a grand weekend, will you?
What a wonderful thought. Have a wonderful weekend.
I shall lift a bottle of 1664 to you, since (very sadly) I'm allergic to wine and bubbly. Bon weekend!
Great photo and your thoughts on the subject are perfect!
Such a happy sparkling photo this eve of such a sad and tragic day. Your capture is stunning. The other Genie
Yumm!!! Here's to you!!! (clink!)
I'll drink to that and to you! Great photo.
Delightful shot!! Ahh, a fine rosé and a good conversation would be so nice---
This phot is very nice
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