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A neat coincidence

I was just browsing the threads on SlowTalk, and a post by LisaF in the Blogging Talk section caught my eye. Lisa has a new blog called Life is Good. I clicked over and the first entry I saw was one called It's the Little Things, about the little things she loves about Rome. Well - be still my heart - ROME!!! Many of the things she loves strike a chord in me...the shrines, late night walks, watching the Vespas, wondering what's behind those doorways...sigh, I wish I was returning to Rome in November, like Lisa! What also caught my eye was her photo...as soon as I saw it, I thought hey, I've seen that shrine!! So I had a look through my albums and voilà, there it was, with a caption indicating that it is in the Lateran area...


Comments (5)

Ahh, it's those small moments that make this world interesting..


menehune, isn't it wonderful that we are surrounded by these little things that fill our hearts and small moments that shape our lives :)

What a beautiful little shrine! You are right - it is the small moments of perfection that feed our souls.

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Anne, that's a very beautiful shrine. I love the title and agree so much about the little small things that make us smile.

Thanks so much for sharing and have a wonderful weekend.


Thanks Nancy & Kathy, what fun to relive a little moment in Rome, all because of Lisa posting a photo of this shrine!

Enjoy your weekend - tis a windy one here in Nova Scotia!

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