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Day 68

A little tour of my studio


Nath Vuissoz 2011

Thanks for the visit ! It's a really, really, really little studio !How are you doing ? Did you have time to learn some French ? How long are you still staying in Paris... I wanted maybe to find out a date to come once ! It's not so fare away, it's around 5 hours with the train. but the end of the year is a busy time...

Crshapiro 2011

That was fun (other than the nausea, of course!!- So, at least you know that I really wanted to see it!!). I loved the righteous christian names listed outside, and seeing the interior of the building, especially the old walls!

cindyshapiro 2011

I meant to put a "motion sick" warning in the email that went out, specifically for you!!

Everett 2011

Awesome! Really enjoyed the tour. HOWEVER, I did not see any liquor bottles or ashtrays spilling over in the studio so, are you REALLY making music in there?LOL and lots o' love. Hope you are well.Ev

cindyshapiro 2011

Ha ha!! You didn't look closely enough, apparently, my friend!! Love you, Ev!

Jack 2011

Thanks for the tour!

cindyshapiro 2011

You are so welcome, my dear!!

Pete 2011

It was great seeing the area that you live in and especially your studio. This all has really been fun to travel along on your adventure. How is the work going?

cindyshapiro 2011

Thanks, Pete! The work is coming along, some days not as readily as I would like, some days the flow is magic. I have three weeks left, and a fair amount of Act II still to compose, but I'm chasing it all down every day...

Drbon2 2011

That was most interesting -- especially the wall (and knowing the history of Paris during WWII). You cute studio is about the same amount of space as a cabin on a cruise ship. It's really quite efficient. You did a good job enlightening us! We're looking forward to your return. Love, M

cindyshapiro 2011

Thanks, Mom! It's been an incredible experience!


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