great faith quote


I read this quote in Whole Living Magazine.
I almost bought the magazine just because of it…

DREAMING OF...

When I was a teenager I dreamed of going to Paris. (Yes, I know the picture is of Montreal…in Canada, not France.) I even had a poster of the Eiffel Tower hung on my wall next to my Duran Duran poster. Even though I failed, yes failed, French in High School I am still fascinated by things French. I figure I have a better chance of making it to Canada than I do France. Alex and I are taking about going to Paris when she turns 16…girls can dream.

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  1. I took three years of French in high school, but have forgotten most of it after 20 years. It has always been my dream to go to Paris. I finally get to go in February!!! My husband and I will be renewing our vows there. I pray that you get to Paris sooner than you expect. ; )

    • got2havefaith

      Trying to make me jealous? LOL I couldn’t get my hubby there to save his life so my daughter is my only chance! I pray that I get there someday too. Paris in the fall I am thinking would be beautiful.

  2. It is so fun, I don’t live in Paris, but by plane we can go in 2 Hours ! We went there one time, 5 years ago, and it was really wonderfull, especally the “château de Versaille” & Le Louvre !
    I wish you can go there too; and what is funny, is that I dream to go to Canada !!!!

    • got2havefaith

      I could be in Canada in just a few short hours too…it’s time I need more of! There are a lot of places I want to see in Canada too. Here’s hoping you get the Canada soon!

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