|reading and watching old films often keep the blues away|
This, like so many things hit home with me. The "lesson" went on to make suggestions as to what the baby steps could be. So simple...things I knew either from other books, advice from friends, and common sense. Why I can not seem to do such for myself to help myself find my very own "JOIE DE VIVRE" is beyond me. I am feel recently I have been doing a good job. Even my husband mentioned something to the effect the other day. My fear is that no matter how good of a start I have when Winter's cold, dark days bring on the seasonal glooms that I shall not be able to hang on to it. I may just have to re-read this book so as to brush up on such things.
So if you are feeling as if you need a good start towards a bit more happiness in your life, or perhaps you desire, because you are a bit of a Francophile to add a touch of being French into your daily life, I highly suggest you go out and purchase this wonderful book, grab a croissant and an espresso or maybe a French Macaron and a glass of bubbly, find a comfy chair, put your feet up, light a candle, turn on some wonderful back ground music ( my fav is 20's jazz) and settle in and in no time you will be finding your saying "Bonjour Happiness" .
|remember to giggle|