After slacking off abit in London it's back to work here at the Cite. I saw lots of art in London but didn't get as much work done as i had hoped so will buckle down for abit and plow ahead. I'm sure i only have 20 or 30 thousand sequins to go. I feel somewhat like an underpaid seamstress working at a prestigious but undervalued fashion house. House de Long John.
I did however have to go out and eat, and as it was sunday and abit cold for my usual crepe at the outdoor market i went to the very popular L'As du Fallafel which is actually just a couple blocks away and often has a long queue. I got there just as it began to fill up and snagged a table inside. The fallafel was very good and i didn't have to line up.
I thought i would just go for a little walk after lunch and headed over to the Pompidou to see the newly opened 5th floor, which was closed for re-installation earlier this fall. I saw this gorgeous Tamara de Lempicka
I also had to do laundry today as i was down to my last pair of clean socks. On my way to my favorite Lavarie over on the island i often pass by an elementary school. Outside the school there is a railing where someone usually parks their little scooter. Lots of people in Paris seem to use these, and not just children. It wasn't there today, it being sunday, but i recalled it just the same.