About

If anything in the world makes me happy its pancakes. The sweet kind,
the savoury kind, for breakfast or for dinner, during summer and during winter.
No matter when, where or how…make me a pancake and I might simply be capable of
declaring you my love! Now pancakes and my family have a long and strong
tradition, meaning that at least once a week a pancake will cross our plate. If,
due to unfortunate circumstances, this might not be the case, you could encounter
us in a grumpy mood or just simply trying to sculpture our mashed potatoes in a
circular shape while adding some maple syrup. Not a pretty sight, right?

In spite of the expectation just raised, this blog will not be about
pancakes (or at least not exclusively). It will be about the things in live
that make me happy, that inspire me, that make me laugh, cry, think.

Like the ashes of a fire, the posts will only be an index of what has
been. A word or an image trying to capture the thought or moment that crossed
my path –or plate…Photography, cinema, music, travelling, I like to pay a
tribute to them all, for they inspire me, make me happy and I hope they can do
the same for you. Please enjoy!

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10 thoughts on “About

    1. How cool! Thanks Frances, this is such a lovely surprise.
      Thanks for visiting my blog. I appreciate every single site view and I feel very lucky you are one of those people that spend some of their precious time to look around 🙂

  1. I saw your link at The Daily Post…I had to check out your blog, we also enjoy pancakes in our home, at least every other week we have them. The kids just love pancakes. I hope you won’t mind if I take a look around.

    Regards,
    Mary

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