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January 27, 2008



Hey carribean ragazza, so nice to see you here. Good luck with the move to Rome, it will be different but if you embrace it you will never regret it.

nyc/carribean ragazza

What you said about not taking your old life with you really resonated with me. I am leaving Los Angeles for Rome in four weeks. I know I need to have an open mind and not get frustated when things in Rome are not like they are "back home".


I once cut down a quince bush on a new property I bought because I didn't know what it was! Dummy.


I'm glad you started running outdoors. I can imagine how beautiful your runs are. The New England winter has me on a treadmill for another few months.:(

roam 2 rome

QUINCE!!! Yes, in Spanish they're called Membrillo :)

Have you tried Quince Jam? They also make a firm jell-o like Quince Jam.

Ever since I can remember, my family has always loved baking small quince pies. They have a very delicious intense flavor like no other, and has you craving for more :)

Ah, but no one around here knows what I'm talking about when I mention this fruit.

Antonina Cross[Nell}

Dear friend, how wonderful that marito went through the trouble and money to get you a treadmill, how cautious we must be learning from your situation . The net is a scary thing in regards to money traveling for purcahes and and for the safety of our children.How ever how inspector Frost of your marito to track this person down and to get him arrested and made to answer for his deeds.I am sure all his other vic's are very happy that your hubby smoked him out. Also that he was able to see the error of his way's.
My Nona used to make Quinces for me in syrup of pomegranate, the memory brings the taste back to my toque ..Thank you for bringing it forward once again.

Michelle | Bleeding Espresso

Ooh I love happy endings! I also would've felt that weight--so glad it's been lifted for you!


ew ew. I know those regretful purchases that give you a stomach ache when you think of them. But this is such a good ending to your story and quite dramatic! glad you can run at ease now!

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