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See you in September!

You may have been wondering what happened to your weekly posts this past April. If you follow me on Instagram, you might remember back in October I mentioned one of my dogs was sick. Unfortunately, in April, he was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of cancer.

The month of April came and went without me even really noticing and I realized that as my husband and I work to fight our dog’s cancer that I really need to put The Paris Itinerary blog posts on hiatus.

I will still be active on Instagram and Facebook and on occasion there may be a guest contributor on the blog. I also hope to tackle some much neglected behind the scenes maintenance so that when I am back, The Paris Itinerary is better than ever.

Right now, the plan is to start blog posts again in September corresponding with the French tradition of “a la rentrée” which colloquially means “see you in September!”

I know suspending blog posting for this long is the kiss of death to blogs but taking care of my dog is now a top priority. I hope you understand. There is lots of great information from past post to help you as you plan your Paris itinerary.

Until September…

Bises (kisses),

Kimberly

9 Responses to See you in September!

  1. Stacey says:

    So sorry to here about your dog, but totally understand. Family (even furry family) comes first. And don’t worry, we’ll be here when you are ready to come back.

    1. theparisitinerary says:

      Thanks Stacey for understanding. Our fur babies are important parts of the family.

  2. I’m sorry to hear about your dog

    1. theparisitinerary says:

      Thank you Tanja.

  3. Andrea~ says:

    Take care of your precious pup and we’ll see you in September!

    1. theparisitinerary says:

      Thanks Andrea! See you in September.

  4. Kelly says:

    Oh, Kimberly, I am so sorry to hear about your fur baby! Praying for you all that he is restored to health. We’ll see you when you return.

    1. theparisitinerary says:

      Thank you Kelly. It is really tough news. See you in September.

  5. So sorry to hear about your dog, I’m sure you’re doing the right thing, you don’t need the added stress of blogging. Take your time.