I haven’t been blogging for a while, and as I said, I’m back….maybe.
The past six months have been a rollercoaster that changed me as well as my life.
There are few things that I held on during this ride, trying to find some moments of peace and remember what life is about. Small things, I know, but sometimes it’s all it takes to smile, to feel things will get better, and we can find a way no matter what.
I thought it would be nice to blog about the good side of the past six months, and I’m going to start right now.
In the past I often saw my father and other relatives making homemade pasta, but this was my very first experience, and it was great!
It’s an excellent way to live your home, stay in company, and at the same time doing something productive and healthy that will stay with you and your family for months.
It might sound snob, but now I have hard time using canned tomato sauce, and I can’t wait to do it all over again!
This was actually a great gift that I got, and we want to make is a family tradition!
Another good thing I did – and here I answer to all of you who wrote me wondering how things were going – it’s been going back to run. After shin splints, a stress fracture, and a pretty recent dislocated knee, I wasn’t of course able to achieve my goal to run my first 10k race.
As those of you who followed my running journey can probably understand, the disappointment was overwhelming, and the lack of motivation even worse. I had to start over after every injury, and it was getting harder and harder.
I don’t even know how I started again, I just did.
I’m not even close to the training level that I was at the end of the winter, but I’m running. Every time I wonder why I’m doing it, but I feel alive.
I guess my goal still stands.
(Btw, where to you keep your key when you go running?)
to be continued…..
Hi everybody! How are you guys doing?
Lots happened in my life the last 6 months, and I haven’t been able to take care of my blog. Hopefully things are going to get better very soon, and I have lots of surprises for you.
In the meantime I have to thank you for all the visits and comments I have received. It’s really touching to know that you didn’t forget about me, and were wondering how I was doing!
As I said already in the past, this blog is for you.
I’ll be back very soon.
I don’t! I actually can’t wait to see Kate’s dress, and it’s not only because I will be able to say that my dress is much better!
I noticed CNN broadcast will start at 4 am on Apr 29… which is reasonable if you think it’s going to be 9 am in London, UK. But when I told my husband I was going to set up the alarm – it was a joke – I couldn’t hold it anymore, and he expressed to me how much he hate this Royal Wedding…. already.
I understand him, it’s a man thing.
Plus, I have to admit that this wedding is pretty much everywhere on TV, and since the only alternative seems to be the federal elections here in Canada, well… you can understand his frustration.
I think there might be lots of people sharing his feelings, but it’s a big event, and I wonder how excited these two guys probably are.
I remember myself few days before my wedding! And I’m not a princess!
So, maybe, all those guys who hate this event could twist it to their advantage and propose to their girlfriends!!! – I am a genius! That is a YES for sure!!!
Could you imagine how it would be special to watch the Royal Wedding on TV few minutes after he proposes?!?!
OMG! I want to get married again!
For few days my husband (Canadian) told me (Italian) he saw an hiliarious video on Youtube he needed to show me, and finally he did.
It turned out to be a old Italian song of one of the icons of Italian music: Adriano Celentano
Beside the great video, the best part of this song is that the lyric does not make any sense, but it sounds exactly like English.
You don’t believe me? Listen up….
And by the way, yes, this is exactly how English sounds like to a non-English speaker!!!
Let me know what you think about it!!!!
I dreamed about you a few nights ago.
You were sitting on the kitchen floor at your nonno‘s in Italy wearing a blue soft rompers and looking at me with big brown eyes. Your dad was close to you, glowing of happiness.
I have never thought about myself as a mother, as a powerful shelter able to raise inside of me a little flower seed until it’s a bud ready to blossom.
I have never thought about you in my life. I have never thought you could be like spring, when every color, every butterfly, every melody makes you smile and re-discover what life is about.
I have never thought I would have started to think about you like I think about the salty ocean smell, the dream of a home with fireplace, and all the other things that make your heart warm.
I have never thought I would be missing something without you in my life, in the same way I thought I was never going to get married or pick up after somebody else’s dirty laundry. I guess these are things you do out of love.
I’m writing to you today, because I know one day I will hold you in my arms. One day you will be a little flower bud inside of me, and then the spring’s sunshine for the rest of my life.
Too often we don’t say things to people when we feel them, and then, sometime, it’s too late. But I want to tell you this, I want to tell you this right now.
There is already so much love for you, no matter where you are right now. You dad loves you to death, and yes, he will even if you will be a girl.
And me…. I don’t really know what a mother is, or how she is supposed to talk, or behave, or feel…. but when I picked you up from that kitchen floor at nonno‘s and I had you in my arms it really felt right.