Butterfly mind, I move from interest to interest with the true nature of the Renaissance woman.
The black hole of information technology has sucked me into its endless, bottomless depths. It also provides me with an income.
Italy had become my destination of choice and the focus of my current passion. The language is challenging me, hence the dual language posts. Renaissance art and architecture keeps me endlessly fascinated and the medieval villages and towns keep my camera busy when I visit for my holidays every year.
I am owned by a cat named Meg.
Saper vedere. (to know how to see) - da Vinci
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