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What a day! Here is a list of the main groups of people I interacted with aujourd’hui, in this specific order:

police –  not the best part of the day (could have been worse though). I got pulled over (first time ever, quite scary) and I got a ticket.

friendsthe social part of the day. A friend invited me (and other friends) over for a cup of tea and positive emotions (pictures below).

family – the soothing part of the day.

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(I’m sure my friend will tell me that technically it’s a bad picture and that I should be ashamed…just kidding :). But it’s so colorful and the appetizers look so cute…even if they’re out of focus.)

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(the clock: a very useful device in case your time decides to fly by)

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(I like the original design of the cup)

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(there was an inquisitive bunny sitting on the top of the couch, asking all these questions: “…so did your life flash before your eyes when the police pulled you over?”)

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(and the glamour touch: my friend’s vintage purse and leather gloves)

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5 thoughts on “Police, Bunnies, and a French Word

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