Lessons From Madame Chic: A Review

What can an American, middle-class, young-ish mom living in Small Town, U.S.A learn from an aristocratic, middle-aged French lady living in Paris?  Just about everything, apparently.

Read all about it on at Mary Boctor’s blog, Atelier, where I am guest posting today  . . . and she’s invited me to come back every month!  Squee!

Check it out.

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3 thoughts on “Lessons From Madame Chic: A Review

  1. Intriguing! Simplicity, order, beauty, focusing on the deeper things of life? Sounds pretty Christian and virtuous to me! Frumpy clothing, cluttered living space, and materialism (see cluttered living space) are a constant battle that ebb and flow in my life…and the more I’ve been studying the virtuous of the proverbs 31 women the more I see her in a beautiful light.

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