Weekly Wilson - Blog of Author Connie C. Wilson

"There is a tide in the affairs of men, which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune; omitted, all the voyage of their life is bound in shallows and in miseries." (Julius Caesar; Act 4, Scene 3).

“An American in Paris” by Pamela: le Métro ? ? ?

Here is a picture of Ms Wilson and me, Pamela.  Connie thinks we were in a photo booth in the Paris Métro.  I am not sure about that but it looks like we were having a good time.  There are many photo booths in the Métro.  A photo is required to be placed on the “Carte Orange,” the pass that allows you to use the Métro.  Of course, you can buy individual tickets, but if you plan to spend some time in Paris and if you think you will be using the Métro to get around, a “Carte Orange” is definitely the most economical way to go.

Connie is blonde; Pamela is brunette.



“An American in Paris” by Pamela: musée Rodin


Live from Cancun!


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  4. Pamela

    Hey, sounds like you are having fun in Cancun. Your article about the music festival in Chicago was very interesting and informative.

    I’m glad you like the pictures of the Rodin museum. I have many pictures of France, especially Paris. Let me know what area, monument, park, etc. interests you and I might have some photos of it.

  5. I am almost positive that we were in the Paris “Metro” when this was taken. I vaguely remember doing this. I can’t figure out what I am wearing, though. I don’t remember this outfit at all. We look like we are having a good time, and we have had many good times. Thanks for the Rodin posting. I got a compliment from an online friend from Pub Quiz, where I play Trivia. One of our number, age 53, died unexpectedly. (Came home from work and collapsed of COPD and severe asthma). Very sad. Very odd, too, because all of us knew this particular jogger as “JohntheJackal” and it turns out the person was a woman named “Debbie.” Shows you how “odd” online friendships can be.
    Great pictures!

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