We each have unique personalities that shape our life’s journey. I’ve always been vocal, outspoken and action-oriented. I dream big and jump quickly. Sometimes it gracefully works out the way I hoped; most times, however, the journey takes a few loop-the-loops and crazy spins before I reorient and remember life is a roller coaster and […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
I noticed today it’s been a month since my last update so I forced myself to sit down and write to you. I’ve been doing a lot more living and a lot less writing this month; I know you’ll forgive me for that. So… where to start? How about my trip to Sicily where I […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
I’m enjoying a relaxing summer and escaping the Bolognese heat at the seaside as much as possible. I so enjoy my time with Kristi, her two boys and the interesting cast of characters I’ve met in Ravenna. So, in Italy, these are NOT creme filled donuts. That’s why I can eat one for breakfast every […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Two of My Summer Favorites
I spent a few days this week with my friend Kristi at her summer place outside of Ravenna on the Adriatic Sea in Punta Marina Terme. She takes her two sons there in early June and stays until the beginning of September. Her husband works in Bologna during the week and joins them for the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on This Summer Is No Sweat!
I slid into the halfway mark of 2013 in style by finishing up my part of the European leg of Beyonce’s “The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour” working with a fantastic group of people. When I started the year that wasn’t even in my scope of possibilities. But, as a freelance marketing expert I open […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
On Wednesday morning, I walked out the door hellbent on getting my overdue bills paid. Overdue to me, anyway, I was six days late. The Italians have a 30-day grace period, though. That amuses me. In the States, your lights would be shut off in 30 days! Upon exiting to the street I immediately remembered […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
For someone who does most of their travels solo, I knew this trip was going to be very different for me. I quickly learned that it’s nice traveling with someone. You don’t have to take your luggage and coffee into the airport bathroom with you. Paris: Our flight was delayed 7 hours and we ended up […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on I’ve Been Trippin’ – Part Deux
I know it’s been a while since I checked in with you. The good news is, all is well and I’ve spent the past two months traveling and enjoying some amazing experiences with my new favorite travel companion. The bad news is we’ve got a lot to catch up on. So, I decided to shove […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on I’ve been trippin!
This summer in Bologna, while living with Pippo, I was out for one of my routine walks and decided to stop into the neighborhood trattoria for a late lunch. I’d been walking passed it for two and a half months and never checked it out. I was feeling exceptionally inquisitive on this lazy Friday afternoon […]Continue Reading... 5 Comments.
Traveling is all about new experiences. Today I went to the doctor for the first time in a foreign country, but not just any doctor. It was time for my lady parts annual check-up with the gynecologist. Again, my Georgia Peach guardian angel, Kristi set up an appointment for me with her doctor who speaks […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Lady Parts