If you follow me on Instagram, you may have noticed that I spent a few days in France, about an hour south of Paris to be a bit more exact. My mother is French and moved to the United States when she was 17 but her entire family is still there. Since my grandmother, my cousins, my aunts & uncles live in France, it gives me the perfect opportunity to visit both a country I love and my family. It also gives me a chance to practice my francais which was in dire need!
I spent many summers as a little girl in Fontainebleau running around the forests, the lakes and the merry go rounds. Eating croissants from the boulangerie (bakery), drinking cappuccino at a local cafe, and walking on the zig-zag cobblestone streets, made me feel all giddy inside on this trip. Since we arrived on Thursday afternoon, I was able to walk around and explore the town a bit on Friday. I was mainly in France for my aunt’s wedding (more to come on the wedding!) but I was able to take a few snaps on my good camera as I was exploring (yes, I’m still practicing)! Four days really flew by and I miss everyone already but I cannot wait to go back. *all images taken by Natasha for c’est moi natasha