Getting healthy has never before been so enjoyable!
Storms and difficulties of all kinds and sizes come our way. From simple gray spells or times of discouragement, to life’s big storms and even pandemics. And they can really start to get us down. A lot of life’s problems are extremely serious, like this COVID-19 that is currently afflicting the world. And it canContinue reading “Ten Ways to Beat the Shut-In Blues”
I’m fond of saying that Hubby and I should have received a financial stupidity award in our early marriage. Armed with credit cards and few brains, we shopped foolishly and extravagantly. Even buying a dog on credit!
The isolation of social distancing can be hard and lonely, but it can also become a hidden blessing…
When I explain how our years here in Italy have taught us to slow down, enjoy life, and have even more time for all that we love, I find many who want to escape the stress and frazzled nerves (or the sometimes meaningless treadmill) of the fast lane. We want a meaningful life that countsContinue reading “The Benefits of Italian Slow Living”
As the above featured graphic states, I am grateful. Grateful for many things – and you, my blog readers, are among them! I am grateful for the little community I have found here on WordPress, and feel that God has allowed me to form many wonderful friendships through it!
Social distancing is always hard, but it seems even more confining for the Italians, ever a gregarious and demonstrative people…
Eggs in Purgatory is a delicious down-home Italian recipe from the Naples area. The strange name originates from the Catholic tradition of purgatory where souls remain suspended between heaven and hell. The idea being that the eggs represent souls and the red sauce the red hot flames of purgatory.