July 19, 2020- Day 8 out of 66 for new self love habit- reading on French theatre

Hello July,

yes, I haven’t reported the last couple of days… something nice and unexpected happened, but I will tell you tomorrow if you keep being so cool! Pause or not, I am going to be flexible and continue to count the days towards a habit change from the 15th of July:-)

Where am I regarding self-love habits? I woke up early, had a walk, read and wrote, and read about L’Aiglion, meaning the young eagle. This is another play written by Edmond Rostand, the author of “Cyrano de Bergerac” and performed in Paris by Sarah Bernard. My good friend Equinoxio21 (https://equinoxio21.wordpress.com) suggested it.

It is about the son of Napoleon, who died at the age of 21, a romantic hero. Interesting that the role was performed by the great act rice Sarah Bernhardt, and looking forward to learning more about it and the artistic “ambiance” at the time.

Sarah Bernhardt dans l'Aiglon

Looking forward to reading it!

 

2 thoughts on “July 19, 2020- Day 8 out of 66 for new self love habit- reading on French theatre

  1. Well, well… I hope you like it. Read more than half a century ago… let’s see if still holds up to modern times. For instance, I’ve re-read Hemmingway, didn’t age well. (Merci pour le Heads-up) biz

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