Pictures from my trip to Paris and the museums I visited #ParisTrip #AmWriting

Today’s video is a break from my normal routine.

Back in 2014, my daughter and I took a trip to Paris. I took these photos in museums all around Paris, and now I thought it might be fun to upload them and see what you think.

Feel free to leave comments and/or suggestions. Should I have narrated, or was it fun to just look at the artwork alongside my doll?

If you’re wondering why I’m taking a break, I’ve finally finished creating my latest course for Creative Spark, and now I’m needing a bit of quiet time to finalize some advertising steps, plus I want to revise my book about doll fashion design.

Do you know any book publishers who might be interested in publishing my doll-fashion-design book? If so, please let them know about my website, YouTube channel, and book proposal!

If they like what they see here, they can reach out to my agent at Kimberley Cameron and Associates. My agent is Elizabeth Kracht.

And here’s an image you’re welcome to share on social media:

The image shows a Petite Barbie modeling a turquoise blue felt and cotton easy-to-sew sun dress in front of a garden of roses. The dress has a full skirt made of striped cotton fabric in multiple shades of turquoise blue. Its skirt is very short, coming to about mid-thigh on the doll. The bodice is a simple strappy bodice with darts. The doll's dangling plastic earrings match the turquoise blue of the felt bodice. The ribbon straps are made of 1/8 inch white satin ribbon. The doll has dark chocolate complexion and very curly black hair. The roses behind her are different shades of pink and red and white, and in the distant background, we see a lovely brick building with arches. The Chelly Wood dot com logo appears in the lower left corner of the photo.
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