- I love the ocean but I hate swimming in it.
- I love to cook and I’m good at it. I love to craft but I’m really bad at it.
- I’m happily married to a wonderful man (you’re not allowed to think otherwise if you meet him)
- I’m a mother of two cute little boys (and YES it’s a very objective thought)
- I had a wonderful childhood. I loved growing up with my family.
- I call myself a “multinational girl” : I was born in Madagascar, grew up there, then I lived for a while in Mauritius (yes! the most beautiful island in the whole world and that is if you don’t know anything about La Réunion and M/car), and I studied in Reunion Island (which I consider my hometown), now I live in France (Paris surroundings)
- I’m a very religious person. Even if you don’t see it if you meet me …
- I love sports even if I don’t have time to practice.
- I’m very in love with Rafael Nadal (and yes it’s very platonic because I’m only talking about his tennis game)
- I don’t drive. Actually it’s more like this “I can’t drive”
- I hate coupons (but I use them from time to time)
- I’ve attempted to learn 4 different languages. I’m not very good at any of them though.
- I had a very bad haircut for most of my high school years
- I eat junk food when I’m down.
- I am moved to tears whenever I watch a movie. Even when it’s not a romantic or dramatic one. I’m not sure why.
- My decorating prowess ends at - well…let’s face it - here. I’m very bad at it.
- I have Master in Computer Science and Mathematics. Though I still struggle with my own budget every over month.
- I’ve decided to do a MBA degree. Among all other things I want to do.
- I love lilies and roses. (I even plan on naming my girl “Lily-Rose” and it has nothing to do with Vanessa Paradis and Johnny Depp little girl, it’s just a weird coincidence)
- I don’t have any favorite food. I literally love everything.
- I had two dogs when I was young (Mirari and Micado). They were named after my brother, my sister and I. We had cats too, but I hated them. I still hate cats…my kids love them but they will never get one at home…
- My favorite color is white. (My husband is convinced it’s blue, but he’s wrong )
- I love japanese and korean food (and basically all asian food)
- I’ve ridden horses couple of times. It was uncomfortable. Can’t say if I want to anymore.
- My husband and I got married in 2007. Yes I was very young but well…what can you do when you are in looooveee…
- I sometimes use the TV as a babysitter. I admit it.
- I don’t have a favorite movie. I’m a very good public. I basically love everything except for horror movies and witch-related movies or magician-related movies and I hate science fiction but I love super heroes especially Thor and Captain America. Okay I admit it, I’m very in love with the Avengers.
- I have expensive taste. Unfortunately, I don’t have the funds to match.
- My favorite book of the Bible is Timothy. That’s partially why I named my youngest Timothée.
- I’m a people pleaser. Unfortunately. I worry way too much about what other people think.
- I currently live near Paris and constantly ask myself WHAT AM I DOING HERE? But I like it. Plus, I like the drama here. Metro-boulot-dodo.
“Genuine kindness is no ordinary act, but a gift of rare beauty." -”
— Sylvia Rosetti
“Your greatness is measured by your kindness; your education and intellect by your modesty; your ignorance is betrayed by your suspicions and prejudices, and your real caliber is measured by the consideration and tolerance you have for others.”
— William J. H. Boetcker (via justbesplendid)
“There are four questions of value in life… What is sacred? Of what is the spirit made? What is worth living for, and what is worth dying for? The answer to each is the same. Only love.”
— Johnny Depp (via justbesplendid)
“We are all here for some special reason. Stop being a prisoner of your past. Become the architect of your future.”
— Robin Sharma (via littlemiss)
“Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace and gratitude.”
— Denis Waitley (via justbesplendid)