Five roses garden shed their pastel Laurence Parisot night table. The patron saint of patterns often visits Marianne Robic shop, between the cheap and the pagoda film, where she buys her flowers every week. "I always put my bedside and in the season I cut those of my small terrace. Laurence Parisot was found in Dior, five years ago, small ornate vase of lily of the Valley which hosts its harvest. "It is a paradox, because these are unions who seized, but I love the celebration of May 1", she said in a smile by admitting its taste of traditions. And his sense of family. To evidence the presence of this white mat bordered of lace made by his grandmother. Or this book which comes from his great grandfather Edmond Parisot devoted to the life of Jean-Frédéric Oberlin, arduous theorist and complex of school and family education. "Educational issues concern me, but I have not before." Yet, I try to read for a long time, without ever quite get there.
His minimalist wooden bedside table and its twin signed Julie Prisca were chosen for their elongated feet, in harmony with the style of the bed. Since 1995, Laurence Parisot lives in a duplex in an old building of the Latin quarter. Everything burned in 1998, except for the mansard room objects, emerged intact from the disaster. No curtain Windows - unopposed-, even to sleep: "I do me lasse not roofs and chimneys of Paris or the variety of grey intensified or attenuate, according to the hour and the month." No clock on her night table. Alarm clock for 6: 30 pm, whatever the time of sunset.
Surrounded by books permanently, Laurence Parisot plunges into several at a time, away from before returning. She rereads regularly Jean-Jacques Rousseau. A page, two pages, a chapter of the Confessions and the reveries of the solitary Walker helping to evacuate the stress of the day and the preparing for a restful break. Another buddy hard, poetry to soften the violence of the world. These days, it is clear land of André Breton, one of his favorite authors. The miniature table placed over his bedside table belonged. Laurence Parisot bought in 2003 at the great sale at auction of the objects, collections and memorabilia from the Pope of the Surrealists. Back reads: "Guadalajara in 1938 acquired by me". A rarity! She also found an old edition of Colette's Chéri in a bookseller. An author she enjoyed the perfection of the style. Subscriber as a child in the Journal de Spirou, it always has an album at hand and said many told stories of Uncle Paul. The tribulations and legendary lazy of Gaston Lagaffe in Enterprise it fun also.
"I don't watch almost TV in the evening, and especially not in my bed, so inevitably I read!", explains this personality curious, always eager to learn. The patron saint of the Medef ignites for the autobiographical of sainte Thérèse de Lisieux, story of a soul, written shortly before his death. "If a young woman, almost a child, promoted to the rank of doctor of the Church, how was it possible" This contemporary Gide and almost Colette takes back me in the France provincial of the end of the 19th century that charm me always its atmosphere, its taste, its perfume. "Her enthusiasm is so communicative that we consider to obtain without delay.
Laurence Parisot is also on his bedside table a "nice" book with a "nice" pencil to write the idea that comes at night and fear to forget. We would like to open it to discover what she noted. But, don't dare...