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Missing Italy Again


We got a lovely surprise delivered: sunflowers from Gail and John, as an appreciation for our kitchen help in Montisi. The card read, "Thought you might be missing these."

I AM!!!

Last July we were in Umbria looking at these:



Don't they make you smile?

I got a great "poppy fix" in May, and next July we will be back in Umbria with our guests from PalmabellasItaly.

The good news is we will be back to Italy in 45 days!

For right now, these put a smile on my face!


Is anyone else missing Italy today?

Comments (6)

Yes, I'm missing Italy, too! It's been way too long since I've been to Italy and the next trip on the horizon isn't until Spring 09. So, Palma, please continue posting about Italy so I can live vicariously!


Palma, I live in a constant state of missing Italy!!!! But your sunflower photos are so lovely, I can pretend that I'm there.

Every day I think of Italy or the friends I've made there. I then dream of the day I can make it more permanent.

I LOVE sunflowers too! The pictures from Umbria are amazing. I'd love to see them in Italy but I'm not a big fan of heat. I prefer to travel to Italy in May, September, or October. I'll need to change that.

Thanks for sharing!

I'm always missing Italy! Love your new site. I know that place-great choice for a base for your tour.

I am and I just had 21 days of Italy. I don't think all of us that love Italy ever have many days here not missing Italy. What a beautiful bunch of sunflowers.

You know I am ALWAYS missing Italy. I can only imagine how beautiful it is right now....

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