Weekend In Paris | Paris Attacks
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(photo above taken by Goncalo of FlytographerIn the wake of the latest terror attack in Europe in Brussels, Belgium I have elicited the advice of a private security firm in Houston, 360 Worldwide Security, to access the potential threat to travelers abroad. What does it mean for travel to Paris, the city that holds my heart?

DSC_0157I found it difficult to write anything light and sunny while the hostages were in harm's way and since they are likely still traumatized even though now freed I won't pretend everything is over and happy. Keeping Paris and France in my thoughts and prayers. I am so sorry for the innocents. Know I am glued to the t.v. and feeling solidarity with the French people resolved to stand up to terror and the freedom of the press. #JeSuisCharlie

DSC_0514Today's Paris attacks come at a time when the holidays are over and most people are trying to get back into a routine. School kids are having to wake up earlier and parents are headed back to work hyped up on coffee and commuting on public transportation while day dreaming about when the next break will come. A typical normal day in the life of a Parisian and for most people around the world actually. What now? What does it mean? How does this affect the way people think about Paris? For me it means standing in solidarity with the opinion writers everywhere...