Travel: Italy


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is coming to Atlanta. ย The temperatures are dropping as the sky remains overcast all day. I love fall, but the abrupt chill of Jack Frost is at the back of my neck, making me miss the warm Italian sun.

I miss the days of eating gelato in the warm sun, letting the cool, sweetness slide down to nourish my soul.

I miss the days I strolled down cobblestone streets to find an old church or something unique and interesting to captivate my eager eyes.

However, fall is coming; I’d better find those winter coats from the garage.



5 thoughts on “Travel: Italy

    1. Thanks! I did! The trip was far too short, and now I’ll have to live off the memories until the next time!

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