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... 8217;s restaurant to work for six month and returns when his Visa expires. He will only stay here a week or so before heading to London for six months to come back home and repeat the cycle. It was fun to watch Mick prepare the oven, pizzas and provide all a dilisous meal. Karen and I both agreed that it was the best pizza we have had while here. As Karen shares her stories with words, I will leave you watching the images of last ...
Most women I have encountered have some sort of intimate relationship with their hair. When we are stressed we color it, when we are ****** we cut it off, when we are happy we style it. If we feel like **** we wash it…so hair is sort of important to us girls!
Over the years I have colored my hair (surprise – I am not a natural blonde) many different shades from black (don't know what I was thinking) to burgundy (supposed to be auburn) to blonde, ...
Okay, two month check in…actually we are a little late on this, as we came to Minturno on the 16th…. This is the longest we have been away from "home" for all of us, the longest we have spent time together ….everyday all day… and it is really making up for the full time hectic jobs and life we had while the kids were younger.
Amazingly we are still learning and growing and experiencing…and so…..
Here's our two month list summary of ...
Sad news from home. My Uncle Jimmy passed away this morning after an accident he had several weeks ago. He was in so much pain, and it was best that he went…but that doesn't make it easy!
We all loved him so much. Every Christmas memory I have as a child involves him. His home was our family’s Christmas Eve tradition. He was gruff and could cuss like no one I have ever known before – he was also gentle and kind and welcoming. I always felt like a special visitor ...
... say we only covered about 1/6 of the olive grove…the family had harvested the other trees earlier in the week so our job was very easy today. I am sure it would be tiring and even back breaking to harvest the entire grove.
After about two hours Quinn, Hagan and I left with Pierreagiuespe and came back home. Wade stayed behind with the men to finish the job. Of course we were also treated to another seven course lunch and great company.