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All in a day at summer camp


It’s finally over and I’ve had not one, but two chilled Camparis to celebrate. (I still love Prosecco more but sometimes you just have to break out the strong stuff). Today was the final presentation in the community theatre with … Continue reading

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I’ve decided that I don’t like working full-time


I’ve decided that I don’t like working full-time. Not that this is shocking news at all, but honestly, these early mornings suck. It has been more than 15 years since I commuted on a train and that bites too. Let … Continue reading

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Cold beer…mmmm


Ok, I lied, I am going to post something after two days at camp. I’m hanging in there but wow, what a task, I don’t even get time to pee in the daytime! Italian kids are so high maintenance that … Continue reading

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No more pencils, no more books…


No more teacher’s dirty looks. Okay, I’ll admit, I’ve got a wide grin on my face this week because school is almost out for the summer! I can here that song rocking in my head by Alice Cooper and I … Continue reading

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