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REFLECTIONS AS I CREATED THE JOURNAL AND AFTER I was in the middle of the A-to-Z challenge last year when I stumbled upon the International Fake Journal Month, and “met” Roz Stendahl. I wished I had seen it before the … Continue reading
April 30 From my journal: “Hard to believe it is our last day. We thought to go to Vatican City, but we saw the lines and decided, another trip. . . and back to Castel Sant’ Angelo, or the Roman … Continue reading
April 29 From my journal: “Last day in Genoa, and we wandered into the Mercato Orientale . . . a well-kept tourist secret. We wandered the stalls, bought more chocolate (we ate what we bought in Nice — oops!), bought … Continue reading
April 28 From my journal: “Genoa, a key city in the novel. The colors of the city are like Pompei, bright almost garish painted facades. So many influences . . . Arab? Roman? We haven’t had enough time as we … Continue reading
April 27 From my journal: “The yum shop! Breakfast of brioche + yummies + cheese.” “Another day of pure vacation as we head to Genoa . . . one of our takeaways brings us to remembering Eddie Izzard talking about … Continue reading
April 26 From my journal: “Everything is so close. It took no time to get to Nice, and we decided to stay close to the water all the way to Genoa. I had us stop at the train station, where … Continue reading
April 25 From my journal: “Poked around Old Port, because this was a possible place E & M could be. We shopped, finally, for gifts for Ruth and Family: soaps, chocolate.” “Life is the art of drawing without an eraser.” … Continue reading