proust q & a…prêt à voyager

anne-ditmeyer

 

I live vicariously through fellow francophile Anne Ditmeyer’s blog, Prêt à Voyager. A graphic designer with a penchant for travel, she is living a fabulously creative + successful life in Paris! With a background in art history, photography, and anthropology, her posts are always a delight. My personal favorite is her Boarding Pass series, where she features fellow travelers. I’ve learned quite a bit more about Paris and have many new, exciting places to visit…merci Anne!

image courtesy of meg gagnard

 

Your idea of happiness.

Good friends and a day without a set plan where anything can happen.

 

Your idea of misery.

A monotonous day job with a serious lack of vacation days.

 

Your favourite colour and flower.

Mustard yellow (my accent color); will take any flower that a handsome man cares to give me.

 

Your favourite food & drink.

Strawberries and Pims & lemonade

 

Your chief characteristic.

Diligent.

 

Your favourite motto.

By not working out things often work out for the better.

 

Your favourite qualities in friends.

Good communicators/keep in touch, open to trying new things, look out for each other, overall just awesome people. ;)

 

Your favourite hero (or heroine) in fiction.

Amelie Poulin

 

Your favourite hero (or heroine) in real life.

Kwame Kwei-Armah (playwright)

 

Where would you like to live?

Paris (but in a bigger apartment!)

 

**the proust q & a is a regular feature..check out the archives here** 

Notes

  1. I’ve gotten hte pleasure to get to know Anne over the last year and I can say with confidence, she fits into Paris very well. And so would you!

    Great interview!

  2. Kayla…thank you so much for the comment, and the shout-out!! :)

    Lindsey…Anne told me you were friends, and I hope we can have a Paris “tweet-up” on October! Thank you so much for your comment…it means so much to me. ;)

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