I’m a Fan Friday: Twenty-One for 2021 – #16

Our Honeymoon in Paris, June 2017

I love Paris.

I love just about everything about it. I had the chance to visit there for only thirty-six hours in June of 1987 while on tour, but I was miserable the entire time!

Turns out, I had Mononucleosis.

“Ohhh! No wonder he was being such a douche! It all makes sense, now!”

Since then, I desperately wanted a redo.

On June 8, 2017, Sarah and I were married in a simple ceremony. It was the Judge, our photographer and friend Kim Carson (We love our photos!!), and the two of us. That was it.

It was a perfect moment.

For the next day and a half, we enjoyed our beautiful City of Brotherly Love before flying out to experience the fantastically amazing City of Light!

We were there for a week. It never rained once. It was everything I had remembered and hoped for.

Sarah had the time of her life, and that’s all I wanted in the end, really.

Nowadays, when I’m down and in need of it, I go to the opening three minutes and twenty-one seconds of Woody Allen’s beautiful film, “Midnight in Paris.”

It’s meant to be a day in Paris, but every time I watch it through, I relive one of the most perfect weeks of my life.

It makes me happy, plain and simple.

Author: Scott Langdon

Scott Langdon is an actor and writer living just outside of Philadelphia in Bristol, Pennsylvania with his wife, Sarah, and their dog, Watson. Before the Time of Covid, he could be seen on stages throughout the professional Philadelphia theater community or writing in a local Starbucks, where the only way they could get rid of him was to tell him there was a pandemic. He has a hard time knowing when he's not wanted.

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