Living in This Crazy Little City By The Bay: San Francisco
I know I'm supposed to be working right now, but I couldn't help myself.Here's a link to daily photos taken in Venice.Now I'll get back to my piles of paper. (Yeah, right!)
Go ahead. Rub it in...Actually, thank you. I'll check it daily while you're away and pretend I'm there too!PS - send the link to my sweetie, who simply adores the place.
THE SECOND VENICE by Askin OzcanISBN 1598000888 Outskirts Presshttp://www.outskirtspress.com/thesecondvenice.A fabulous fantasy humor.reviews at:www.archinect.comwww.thesop.orgwww.compulsivereader.comwww.newsitaliapress.itsold at major internet bookshops.
Oh my god. Daily EyeCandy! So awesome. I can't believe we're going to be there!
Isn't blogging the best way to avoid work? I enjoy it so much. Thanks for the photo
Johanna,I wasn't rubbing! Honest! I was in work-avoidance mode. Elizabeth understands. ;-)Anonymous,I just looked at the website and reviews. This book sounds fantastic! I'll see if I can cram it into my reading list, or else enjoy it after I see the First Venice.Thanks for the recommendation.Colbay,I know. It's kinda crazy, huh.Elizabeth,I know! It's so naughty to be doing this at work. I have to cut it out and make this extracurricular. (ha) Ps. Your fig recipe on your blog made me get really hungry! Figs and goat cheese = heaven.
these photos are my only consolation, on my first sleepless night off from the tango -- after 8 straight nights of dancing!i can't wait to be far far away from the noise of city traffic out my window....
Nuit,It's okay to rest a little, too. Are we going to get boat traffic on the canal? Or just little watery sounds?
bubbly water.... and wood creaking against wood... and pedestrian footfalls. and church bells, crashing dishes at cafes... and italians arguing with each other. :) and sometimes motor-boats, but overall, very little machine-operated sounds...!
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