Will and I went out for a walk on the 4th of July. We visited a number of covered shopping arcades and had a good walk. This store definitely caught my eye: Elvis My Happiness.
Here's Will looking at the memorabilia and CDs.
Will bought us macaroons to munch on from Fauchon's, a very upscale bakery and food purveyor. I had to take some photos of the fruit in their window. Pitaya Rouge from Thailand. Pitaya? I've never seen this fruit before.
To see what upscale fruit looks like in Japan, go take a look at Tanya's recent post.
I didn't tell ya'all that I was brave and got my haircut on Thursday. There was bit of confusion because at first I thought my appointment was on the 16th, but no, it was 16H00 (4pm). A customer sitting next to me spoke excellent English and was able to interpret that yes, I wanted my hair really short all over. It's not the best haircut I've ever had, but it is far from the worst. Woohoo.
Right now I'm listening to the Tour de France streamed over the internet by Eurosport. Of course there is no english language option on tv. And interestingly enough when I try to bring up the official Tour de France website I'm being told that the site is forbidden on this server. grrr. My early pick for the race: Carlos Sastre and the CSC Team.
Pretty soon I'll stop playing around with websites and start quilting while I listen. I'm almost finished quilting the word America on my little patriotic quilt.