Lights on the trees along the Champs d'Elysees. I'm not sure if I should call them Christmas lights or just winter lights. Either way, they are going to be gorgeous.
I took a walk along the Seine. This is looking back at the Eiffel Tower and the Pont Alexandre III, which I've previously posted about.
A sign on a bridge that I can't figure out:
And one that I can. On Sundays this street along the river becomes a walking, biking, rollerblading "path." Graffiti is quite common on signs here.
The cats were thrilled with the sunshine as well. Here's a picture of Lily, Habibi, and Howler. And my Bernina - woohoo, I actually felt like sewing.
Getting the sleeve in place on Blooming Horrors:
The adorable baby:
I've got the binding partially handsewn down on Horrors and I should have it finished today. Although first, it's time to decorate for Halloween, woohoo!
The Halloween link for today is: Glitterville. I love their work. Playful, bright and just plain fun. I learned about them last year in Mary Englebreit's Home Companion magazine; you can read the article at the Glitterville website. I have a couple of Glitterville's Department 56 pieces which I can't wait to get out. They also do limited edition work - the Spooky Laundry is a hoot.