Category Archives: Rome/Italy

The greed of others is going to kill us all.

The other day I posted about coronavirus test kits being sent from Italy to the U.S.  It seemed strange considering that we need them here. Yesterday in La Repubblica, one of Italy’s main newspapers, an article was published  regarding the … Continue reading

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Why not make a mask for a friend?

Face masks should be worn to limit infection and to protect those around you. Surgical masks are scarce and should be reserved for health professionals. There has been much contradictory information as to the use of masks. I’ve even heard … Continue reading

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Day 9 of the Lockdown

Good news of the day: an infected mother gives birth to baby girl, Eva, who tests negative. Source: Coronavirus, mamma positiva partorisce figlia negativa: “Benvenuta Eva” 300 Chinese doctors and nurses are arriving in northern Italy to help Source: Coronavirus … Continue reading

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Day 8 of the Lockdown

Today is Italy’s birthday. On March 17, 1861, Italy became a unified country. And now, 159 years later,  they are being united again. The photo above was taken on a week-day at six in the evening. All the shops closed, … Continue reading

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Day 7 of the Lockdown

Would you believe that, for yesterday’s balcony gig, I washed my hair, put on makeup, squirted on some perfume, and wore my biggest pair of silver earrings? Having been confined to my home for a week, I considered it a … Continue reading

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