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Tuesday, A Day In The Life

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Bonjour, friends. If you read the blog last week, you know that all of October and the first week of November was filled with international trips, lots of guests, a video production, development to launch a new business, oodles of technology drama and much more. Our family has felt like we have not had a minute to come up for a breath of fresh air. On Friday, I decided I would take this week to regroup, focus on connecting with my readers on a different level, avoid anything that does not bring me joy, and embrace my family more than ever. Even though we have spent very little time apart in the last six weeks, I feel like I am missing my kids and the hot latino, it’s been that busy.

Please join us this week as I attempt to document our life solely through photographs. I hope you enjoy it.

Besos,
Jessica

COMMENTS (2)

2 thoughts on “Tuesday, A Day In The Life

  1. Hello, Since your visit in Carcassonne I keep a look on your blog, and I really enjoy the reading. You are so full of enthusiasm…………it is great.
    I was wondering did you post some photos on your guided tour of La Cité, if so to be honest I did miss out, so I’m wondering and would like to see them with your comments………………
    Looking forward to hear from you.

    1. Hello Jacqueline! Thanks for your kind words. I love this lifestyle and I like to shout it from the rooftops. Ha.

      Funny you ask about Carcassonne. I am editing the images right now. We are launching a travel business in January and I am a bit behind on everything on the blog. I will be sharing the photos and my thoughts on the tour (it was amazing) on my Friday. If you have any further questions after the post don’t hesitate to reach out. My husband also does videos of our travels at youtube.com/willsueiro which will hopefully be live on Friday as well. He is a bit backlogged also.

      Thanks for following our travels. I truly love connecting with my readers, please keep in touch.

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