It was a cold (43º) and rainy day in Paris today so no go to anywhere. I did get a couple of things accomplished, however. First, I finished this astonishing book.
If it isn't on your list or already on your bedside reading table, add it. A read for our time.
Second, I got repacked. I hated to do it but it's time. It seems I have less than when I left home. More room, somehow. But that can't be true because, if anything, I've added to the load. But everything fits into the 2 bags with even a bit of room left over. I managed to pack just about right; there is only one thing I brought that I didn't wear (a dress) and most everything I have worn so often that I'm sick of it. This reminds me of my time in boarding school when we, as a group, pledged that we would burn our uniforms in a great beach bonfire after we graduated. And we did so on Coronado beach during our graduation party at the grand old Hotel del Coronado! I never want to see any (or most) of these clothes again! Actually, after five months in Mexico in shorts and T-shirts I won't remember any of these winter duds and will be amazed to see them again.
Tomorrow's forecast is for partly sun/partly clouds. I am hoping to take a last gasp walk over to Village St. Paul and then that will be it for this trip. The van picks us up at 7:30 on Thursday morning for a trip out to Charles deGaulle for a 10:30 flight home. I'm keeping a bit of room in my suitcase for any treasures I might find.