Montmatre

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Our day in Montmatre, including Sacre Coeur, Moulin Rouge and the Museum of Eroticism.

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About Angela

My name is Angela. I am a 28 year old psych and criminology graduate, but I'd rather not diagnose you. I am a cuddle-slut. I can recite the entire script of The Princess Bride, (including accents) and believe that the meaning of life is contained within. Polyanna, Snap.com commercials, and Oprah 'reunion shows' make me cry. I can whistle and hum at the same time, but I cannot touch my toes. I am an expert in both listening and talking. I look good in orange. I am a writer. I kick ass in Gin, Hearts, and Cribbage but I don't understand Canasta or Bridge. I can be heard singing Broadway numbers from my shower, and have dressed up as a viking princess, (complete with aluminum foil breast plate) The Phantom of the Opera, and a Ghostbuster for Hallowe'en. I have a bird named Bean. I have a brother named Adam. They are not related. I like vanilla body lotion, peanut butter, saunas, Jim Carrey, broccoli, pets, TheOnion.com, Muppets, Kevin Smith, Corelle dishes, dry erase white-boards, Barenaked Ladies, Philosophy, the letter J, Harry Potter, picture frames, swimming, quilting, Michael Moore, genealogy, Raggedy Anne, tacky 50's tchotchke, 'Idiot's Complete Guide To' books, tweezers, feather pillows, polar dips, aquariums, Martin Luther King Jr., and Dr. Pepper. I don't like meat, gossips, cooked carrots, American Idol, mosquitoes, sweating, politics, public washrooms, tardiness, tuition, hunting, pat answers, pick up lines, brown bananas, cliches, pine scented air freshener, Kevin Costner, bacon, candied apples, pro-wrestling, humidity, and hypocrisy. Books I've read recently The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The Dark Tower, When Nietzsche Wept, What's So Amazing About Grace?, Catcher in the Rye, Not Wanted On the Voyage, The Red Tent, The Little Prince, The Way the Crow Flies, Slaughterhouse-Five, The Poisonwood Bible, The Fall, The Knot of Vipers, Calculating God, The Chrysalids, Sick Puppy, Nineteen Eighty-Four, Franny and Zooey, The Brothers Karamazov, and jPod. I am slightly neurotic. No I'm not. Yes I am.

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    • Re: i love it

      We absolutely climbed to the top.

      The spiral stairs to the top almost made me vomit.

      Sensory deprivation, or something, I’m sure.

      ~A

    • Re: i love it

      We absolutely climbed to the top.

      The spiral stairs to the top almost made me vomit.

      Sensory deprivation, or something, I’m sure.

      ~A

  1. I’ve been enjoying all you pics today! I have to say I’ve noticed that not only do we share the same birthday, but we have very similar glasses and I do believe the exact same sunglasses. That’s just bizarre … 😉

  2. I’ve been enjoying all you pics today! I have to say I’ve noticed that not only do we share the same birthday, but we have very similar glasses and I do believe the exact same sunglasses. That’s just bizarre … 😉

  3. I’ve been enjoying all you pics today! I have to say I’ve noticed that not only do we share the same birthday, but we have very similar glasses and I do believe the exact same sunglasses. That’s just bizarre … 😉

  4. I’ve been enjoying all you pics today! I have to say I’ve noticed that not only do we share the same birthday, but we have very similar glasses and I do believe the exact same sunglasses. That’s just bizarre … 😉

  5. I’ve been enjoying all you pics today! I have to say I’ve noticed that not only do we share the same birthday, but we have very similar glasses and I do believe the exact same sunglasses. That’s just bizarre … 😉

  6. Re: i love it

    We absolutely climbed to the top.

    The spiral stairs to the top almost made me vomit.

    Sensory deprivation, or something, I’m sure.

    ~A

  7. Re: i love it

    We absolutely climbed to the top.

    The spiral stairs to the top almost made me vomit.

    Sensory deprivation, or something, I’m sure.

    ~A

  8. Re: i love it

    We absolutely climbed to the top.

    The spiral stairs to the top almost made me vomit.

    Sensory deprivation, or something, I’m sure.

    ~A

  9. Wow. How beautiful! I love the streets and buildings (especially the gargoyles), and the museum looks like it was fascinating. Your commentary is very clever, too.

    I’m a California resident (and native) of European descent. Buildings and streets like that just don’t exist where I live. My people have only been here for about 150 years, so there hasn’t been time for all that history to accumulate. You’ve seen beautiful places that have been around for centuries.

    I say it again: Wow.

  10. Wow. How beautiful! I love the streets and buildings (especially the gargoyles), and the museum looks like it was fascinating. Your commentary is very clever, too.

    I’m a California resident (and native) of European descent. Buildings and streets like that just don’t exist where I live. My people have only been here for about 150 years, so there hasn’t been time for all that history to accumulate. You’ve seen beautiful places that have been around for centuries.

    I say it again: Wow.

    • We lack in heritage buildings as well.

      Or should I say, we lack in heritage buildings over 100 years old.

      I met a man at one of the castles we went to that could trace his family back over a thousand years.

      My family history only goes back four generations.

      I am extremely jealous of anyone “with” history.

      ~A

  11. Wow. How beautiful! I love the streets and buildings (especially the gargoyles), and the museum looks like it was fascinating. Your commentary is very clever, too.

    I’m a California resident (and native) of European descent. Buildings and streets like that just don’t exist where I live. My people have only been here for about 150 years, so there hasn’t been time for all that history to accumulate. You’ve seen beautiful places that have been around for centuries.

    I say it again: Wow.

    • We lack in heritage buildings as well.

      Or should I say, we lack in heritage buildings over 100 years old.

      I met a man at one of the castles we went to that could trace his family back over a thousand years.

      My family history only goes back four generations.

      I am extremely jealous of anyone “with” history.

      ~A

  12. Wow. How beautiful! I love the streets and buildings (especially the gargoyles), and the museum looks like it was fascinating. Your commentary is very clever, too.

    I’m a California resident (and native) of European descent. Buildings and streets like that just don’t exist where I live. My people have only been here for about 150 years, so there hasn’t been time for all that history to accumulate. You’ve seen beautiful places that have been around for centuries.

    I say it again: Wow.

  13. Wow. How beautiful! I love the streets and buildings (especially the gargoyles), and the museum looks like it was fascinating. Your commentary is very clever, too.

    I’m a California resident (and native) of European descent. Buildings and streets like that just don’t exist where I live. My people have only been here for about 150 years, so there hasn’t been time for all that history to accumulate. You’ve seen beautiful places that have been around for centuries.

    I say it again: Wow.

  14. We lack in heritage buildings as well.

    Or should I say, we lack in heritage buildings over 100 years old.

    I met a man at one of the castles we went to that could trace his family back over a thousand years.

    My family history only goes back four generations.

    I am extremely jealous of anyone “with” history.

    ~A

  15. We lack in heritage buildings as well.

    Or should I say, we lack in heritage buildings over 100 years old.

    I met a man at one of the castles we went to that could trace his family back over a thousand years.

    My family history only goes back four generations.

    I am extremely jealous of anyone “with” history.

    ~A

  16. We lack in heritage buildings as well.

    Or should I say, we lack in heritage buildings over 100 years old.

    I met a man at one of the castles we went to that could trace his family back over a thousand years.

    My family history only goes back four generations.

    I am extremely jealous of anyone “with” history.

    ~A

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