TCS: A Tiny House Romance

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“A walk about Paris will provide lessons in
history, beauty, and in the point of Life.”

– Thomas Jefferson


Little Paris

by Arthur Vaso

Petite Paris
A little love
A little kiss
A little death
In the arms of a lover

Un petit café
Along the Siene
How I dream
How I wish for just a little
Of your love


The mantra in real estate is “Location, location, location.” This tiny house in Paris certainly fits the bill. I found the gentleman’s quiet speech and charming accent hard to understand, but fortunately the house speaks for itself.

This Garçonnière is his full-time home, but who wouldn’t want a tiny house like this as a pied-à-terre in the heart of Paris? It would take a major lottery win to afford such a gem – the center of Paris is one of the highest-demand areas in the world – but one can dream.



Where would you most like to have a pied-à-terre?

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Nona Blyth Cloud has lived and worked in the Los Angeles area for over 50 years, spending much of that time commuting on the 405 Freeway. After Hollywood failed to appreciate her genius for acting and directing, she began a second career managing non-profits, from which she has retired. Nona has now resumed writing whatever comes into her head, instead of reports and pleas for funding. She lives in a small house overrun by books with her wonderful husband.
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6 Responses to TCS: A Tiny House Romance

  1. wordcloud9 says:

    Good Choice!

  2. For summer, in a lighthouse on the Great Lakes!

    • wordcloud9 says:

      Lighthouses are very Romantic, but aren’t there battalions of no-see-ums around the Great Lakes in the summer?

      • Depending on the area and various conditions, several different types of flies can be problematic there, including mosquitoes, black flies and no-see-ums. Guess that I kind of got used to working around it. That’s a good point, though, and further into fall might be better:)

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