by Emily Dickinson
by Emily Dickinson
It is so relaxing to stay home for some days. Beside working (which it happens I like doing… despite all), I can find some time for myself too. After considering the thousand of little works always there waiting for me since ever, yesterday I:
And You? If you are so lucky to have 3 days of holidays, what have you done to accomplish something you have dreamt for during the last time?
Waiting for you 💖
Photocredit: Sewing machine and coloured threads by pixabay
[Manu’fatto] breakfast set is totally mine
This has been to me even more brilliant than the first book, The Rosie Project. I love Don (43, Aussie, now living in NY), and I believe I would marry him if I could. Even if he tends to embarrass her wife, Rosie, or even if he doesn’t get basic social laws. Sometimes. What you need to know that he is really investing a lot of energy and effort on a new project… BUD project – Baby Under Development project.
The whole story isn’t predictable at all. Besides Rosie and Don, the reader follows the lives and familiar/love events of many other characters, which represent ordinary people difficulties in life and marriage. It is like a perfect photo of all that happens around us and among our families too.
There is no spoiler here, but if you loved The Rosie Project, I highly recommend you to read this incredibly hilarious, witty, realistic and well-written novel. It is Christimas time, time for a good read!
I'll be outside of the mosh pit . . . waiting with bandaids and kleenex . . .
It's all about light and shadows
"...Gli Angeli vengono se tu li preghi e quando arrivano ti guardano, ti sorridono e se ne vanno...Per lasciarti il ricordo di un sogno lungo una notte che vale una vita..." (T.Ferro)
Come quelle coperte, formate da tante pezze colorate, cucite insieme tra loro. Tessuti diversi, di colore e materiale eterogeneo, uniti in un unico risultato finale: la coperta. Così il mio blog, fatto di tanti aspetti della vita quotidiana, sempre la mia.
«Contemplari et contemplata aliis tradere» (San Tommaso d'Aquino)
Every day, I write a unique story for you to share and enjoy.
Libri per bambini, illustrazione e cultura per l'infanzia dal Giappone
When In Doubt, Go Big.
If you aren't living on the edge, you're taking up too much space