This is my first time in France and I just love it. Crepes for dinner tonight... coffee that will keep you up all night, people who are happy and have a wonderful love and respect for their traditions, and ancient castles and forts.
In love with France- such a beautiul place. Today I am in La Rochelle. Love, love, love.
Funny thing about France- it's like they have a different word for everything... like they are speaking a different language or something. ;)
No Fat in
In the land of crepes and crossiants it is
In the land of crepes and crossiants it ishard to find an overweight person in
Not kidding around- there is something going on here that just keeps people in good shape. They eat cheese, sauces, drink like fish, and enjoy their pastries- which are really tasty by the way. You haven’t lived until you have eaten a croissant in
By all standards, looking at the rows of cafes and pastries, these people should be rolling down the street on their triple chins. But no… they are not even sporting a little paunch.
I was driving from
No fast food, and certainly nothing to eat in the car. So, I am on a toll road and stop at the food place and want to get some food to eat IN THE CAR. That’s how we do it in
But no, no, no.
Not a Styrofoam container to be found. Not a paper cup, plate or container to take my food into my car. Not even for coffee.
What the hell do these people do while in their cars, anyway? Just drive and look around?
The healthy food choices in this somewhat fast food café are tremendous.
Brie cheese, fresh fruit, yogurt, lean hot meats, hot vegetables, fresh bread, and more fresh fruit at the end of the line. Crazy French people. Eating fresh healthy food… and not one morsel to consume behind the wheel.
How much eating do americans do in their cars? And 100% of that car food is really bad for you. And if you had no drive thru how much less would you eat?
Interesting way to consume food. On a plate on a table with a fork- at a table. Who thought of this?
Some skinny people, no doubt. I think their on to something...
Stay well, and be happy. I will see many of you in London on Friday night at our seminar. Good times are coming.