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  1. https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/food/why-do-people-hate-diner-en-blanc-the-word-pretentious-keeps-coming-up/2016/08/24/3639f2c6-6629-11e6-be4e-23fc4d4d12b4_story.html Couples gather for a Diner en Blanc meal at the Trocadero gardens adjacent to the Eiffel Tower in Paris This is an older article which explains Diner en Blanc. I had never heard of it before. No wonder, I discovered it is supposed to be a SECRET event held each year with thousands attending across the globe. Some secret, huh? It started out as a small gathering ..... The article continues the story. If invited, you must dress in all white, bring your own table, chairs, food, etc, and still pay admission to get in. The reason I wanted to post about this outrageous event is because I saw some pics in a magazine that I wanted to post here under Style and Fashion, and wanted some background info. to explain about the event. The pics I will post will be found under Style and Fashion, and my first inclination was to post them to show what people in Dallas really wear to these kind of events. Some attenders report that they really enjoy this yearly event, but I think I would much prefer to use my dollars some other way. How about you? lol
  2. http://www.dmagazine.com/nightlife/2016/10/diner-en-blanc-2016/ These are pictures 1-81 as promised under the post showing the history of this tradition , Diner en Blanc, posted under the heading Food and Drink. Just a few samples, and if you so choose you may use the link to see more . Many are really outrageous in my opinion. Some are beautiful.
  3. Special bags for a special convention in Paris, France Anyone else have photos to share from this convention?
  4. Visitando Francia, desde California para la asamblea Especial en París. Por supuesto, tuvimos que posar para una foto de la Torre Eiffel con Caleb y Sofía
  5. Predicándole al limpiador de ventanas en el museo de Louvre, en París, Francia, mostrándole el código QR. Espero recibir noticias de esta persona en el futuro. 😋😋😋😋
  6. Fiji has become the first country in the world to formally approve the UN climate deal agreed by 195 nations in Paris in December. The island nation’s parliament unanimously agreed to ratify the Paris agreement on Friday, according to local news reports. The motion was proposed by the country’s attorney general, Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum. He told parliament that it would need to ratify the treaty ahead of a signing ceremony in April in New York, where Fiji’s prime minister, Voreqe Bainimarama, will formally sign the document on behalf of the country. He said tackling climate change was a major priority for the archipelago, which could face wide-scale flooding, fiercer tropical storms, and depleting fish stocks as a result of the world’s changing climate. The process marks the beginning of an expected wave of ratification votes as other countries prepare for their attendance at the New York ceremony. In order to formally take effect, the Paris agreement needs at least 55 countries, representing at least 55% of the world’s climate emissions, to ratify the treaty. Observers are confident the milestone can be passed in time for the New York event, given all the world’s major economies expressed full support for the Paris agreement at last year’s summit in the French capital. Under its national climate action plan, Fiji pledged to generate 100% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030. It also promised to cut overall emissions from its energy sector by 30% by 2030 compared to business-as-usual, conditional on it receiving climate finance from industrialised nations. Source: http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/feb/15/fiji-becomes-first-country-in-the-world-to-ratify-paris-agreement