The Husband hates when I’m in charge of planning our visitors schedules…. Something about me scheduling every moment of every day until they’re so tired that they can’t function??? Ludacris.
So, when MK got a tiny bit sick while she was here, The Husband jumped on the opportunity to laugh and blame it on me. And now every once in a while, just to rub it in, he’ll say “Remember that one time you went so crazy with scheduling that you made MK sick? Have you learned your lesson about vacation planning?” Meanie….
Anyways, while MK was here she had a mixed bag of good and bad luck. Like I said, she had awesome metro juju, especially for the line 13, and she was lucky enough to see the first few days of the sales, meaning that of course we had to hit up some normally extremely expensive shops that just for those few weeks count as mostly expensive shops. Shown here:
We also, of course, had to hit up the Catacombes, since MK is a nurse and loves dead things. But don’t worry if she is ever your nurse, she usually doesn’t kill people and is quite good at her job! Sadly, we went to visit one of my favorite museums here, the Musée Rodin, and the house was closed for restoration. Awesome news, mainly because the inside was falling apart (I’ve done multiple photo essays for myself on photos of the cracks in the walls and foundation of that house….), but also sad news since then we only got to see the sculptures in the gardens, which were also partly closed for a party for the Indian Embassy that they would be having later that night.
Highlights included getting hit on by construction workers, one of said construction workers thinking I was Québécoise (at least its some kind of native speaker!), and finding a Thinker phone case for my ancient phone for €1 at the gift shop. All in all, a win! Oh, and don’t forget the delicious chocolate/almond/pistachio pastry we had at the end….