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Crossing The Threshold

In 753 BC, after killing his twin brother Remus in a struggle for power, Romulus founded the city of Rome (naming it after himself) and declared himself king. Romulus had big plans for Rome. But the Roman population was limited. … Continue reading

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From the Inside Looking Out

This is the view I have every morning when I drink my coffee. It makes me glow inside and gives the day a good start. It’s a view with so many stories. There’s the little table where we have lunch … Continue reading

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Pruning as a Form of Logic

When we got here, our bougainvillea was out of control. I started trimming it very politely but my neighbour kept saying “Cut! cut! cut!” so I did. I consulted the Royal Horticultural Society’s book on pruning. It’s almost a book … Continue reading

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La Sussurrata

Home is where the heart is and my heart is here.

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Balcony Vineyard

Grapevines are so magical. They give you shade and food and beauty. And wine. For many years I lived in Tuscany where I was told grapes needed to be planted in the earth and not in a pot if you … Continue reading

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