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A very moving place. See my post from last year. Misha, my mother and I are likely going to be in Venice at the end of November ! When are you there next? Let me know if I can help in any way though.
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Some more pictures of this beautiful day: Ready for a shower naked ladies are coming later Glass slippers…recycled soda bottles or they look like them. Love the play of light on the columns: A very popular house: As promised: Naked Ladies in a Gondola what were you expecting? Share this: Twitter Facebook.
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Like this: Like Loading About mvaden I love to travel to Venice and probably other parts of Italy and beyond and my camera leads me where she wants without any consideration as to whatever plans I may have. I enjoy photographing nature, my cat and anything that strikes my fancy. I have a "thing" for interesting doors and architectural details.
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December 1, at am. Ciao, Misha! Grazie Liz, Hope you are feeling better for your return to work. December 1, at pm. Sheila Bosch says:.
Susie L says:. Jan Graham says:. December 3, at am. Only just caught up with this, what lovely day, the Bluest of Blue skies,. December 19, at pm. October 28, at pm. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Trying to remember how it was when it felt like time was infinite and everything taken care of.
Soon after, i remember what matters to me.
I have songs that need writing, my singing needs continual work, and then theres the ideas. Competence is the enemy of laziness, I think. Perfectionism is a horrible thing, and the only way out is to start to create patterns of thought, start, finish. In improv you learn to accept failure, but for personal projects, you also need to know the importance of the finish line, of just doing whatever it takes to get yourself to the end.
In any case, I hope your Sunday is turning out well. In fact we often play games in the weekend evenings to relax a bit.
Sunday Meanderings | Anita Loves Books
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