This summer I took notes, ready? Let’s go!
° see the sea
° best figs ever
° the drift we had with the open door
° the beach early in the morning and late in the afternoon, around sunset
° pebbles, seaglass and driftwood
° swimming in crystal clear water, so calm… seeing the rainbows on the bottom of the sea and on my skin
° swimming, quietly, watching my hands under the water and the sandy bottom… yes the water was transparent as glass
° playing with the Ikea online planner
° artisanal beer, with pumpkin seeds to chew on (and toasted chickpeas)
° bergamot drink!
° the effect of the sea on my hair and skin: everything was softer, smoother and purified
° the tons of freckles I got
° cannoli with sweet ricotta filling, as big as my hand, as heavy as a stone, but SOOOOO good!!!
° the tiny black kitten in Brancaleone, we OBVIOUSLY became friends right away U_U
° fireworks at Bianco, it really is worth it to wait late for them
° napping on the beach, watching the moon going higher and higher, and Scorpio moving further
° fennel and liquorice herbal tea
° the beach all to ourselves, the calm, the crystal clear water
° some fresh air
° my niece’s funny faces
° being mistaken for a natural red head, I lubs you!
° me, as in me, myself and I. I know, it’s sooo entitled, but it has been a while since I genuinely liked myself
° my recipes being used and pictured ^_^
° coming home, home sweet home
° cuddling our Stinkerbell again
° my potted plants, who “magically” survived my absence (my mom substituted them allXD)
° a night out with friends
° going running again
° keeping up with my resolutions for at least a week, it’s a good start
° an afternoon tea with a friend, chatting soooo much
° Sonia Peronaci, a famous foodblogger, “liking” a couple of my pictures on Instagram
° feeling so brave having faced a huge wasp and a huge spider (though it turned out it was a dust bunny, but I couldn’t know untill I got close up)
° being a full-time aunt
° having a list of local folklore books I want to read (buy, borrow, whatever)
° our list of recipes we want to try out… yum yum!
° mythological creature, oh so mythological!!!
che bella la lumachina viola…
le sensazioni che hai provato attraverso l’acqua cristallina, gli arcobaleni…
il micino nero!!!
dimmi dove prendi la tisana finocchio liquirizia!!!!
Ciao Mari, la tisana era nella dispensa di mia suocera, se non sbaglio era della stessa marca della camomilla “sognid’oro”, comunque una di quelle che si trovano al supermercato!