Friday, 13 June 2008
Ines de la Fressange-Sur la vie
You have to be very careful and try to keep an element of lightness and frivolity in your life.
When you take care of yourself, you take better care of your children and husband.
Women always feel guilty because we’re either at work or buying gym shoes for the children or light bulbs for the house, so that when we’re finally in a department store in the lip-gloss section we buy something very quickly as if we were doing something bad.
One has to have a bit of a geisha quality, a feminine side in the traditional sense, like our grandmothers and great-grandmothers.
Lots of women are waiting for a Prince Charming, and that’s a mistake.
(From Tango magazine)