A beautifully intricate fountain in Paris
Alice and the White Rabbit met up with Link (Legend of Zelda) and Rinoa (Final Fantasy). Follow them on Facebook as Mysticfae.
Dragon insisted on being in this picture with the Rabbit.
A little piece of Egypt in Paris. You can read about Cleopatra’s Needle here.
Hello Readers and Imaginary Friends,
Voting for the Aurora’s is now open until September 14th.
You still have time to get the voter’s package and vote for your favourites!
I hope you’ll consider The Travelling TARDIS and The Sign of Faust when you’re voting.
The Sign of Faust
Elizabeth Coderre solves mysteries. Magic, wizards, and killer kittens didn’t stop her last semester. Now someone is trying to kill her in absurdly complicated ways, she’s hearing voices, her best friends are constantly fighting despite being madly in love, and the desires of Baker City’s residents are becoming reality. Can she find out who’s trying to kill her and discover the source of everyone’s luck, while navigating dating, concerts, school, and competing in the science Olympics? She can only wish… and you know what they say about wishes!
The Travelling TARDIS
The Travelling TARDIS moves, with the power of timey-yarney crochet, through time and space visiting and taking pictures with cosplayers, landmarks, celebrities, and cute babies.
Sign up, get ebooks, read, and vote for your favourites before September 14th. It’s a great deal and you’ll love the books.
So go to https://prixaurorawards.ca/ and click on the “Become a Member” button.
One of our daughter’s favourite movies is “Uma Mal!”, otherwise known as “Disney’s Descendants”. She calls both the first and the second this, so it’s always a surprise which one she pulls out of the bookcase. to watch (PS the third is coming out this August!)
So when Mal came to our booth, of course we had to grab a picture of her.
I knew that the Louvre was considered one of the biggest museums of art in the world, but I wasn’t prepared for just HOW big that meant. We couldn’t see the full size of the building on this day, but the Seine cruise the night before really showcased the immensity of the building.
And this? This is just the entrance.