28 Jul 2016

WELL, I DON'T HAVE A TITLE FOR THIS ENTRY

The photo doesn't have anything related to the post, but I love and miss my home in Italy.


I miss miss journaling on my blog.

I don't know why but for some reason I stopped journaling and I believe that has affected my blogging experience. What I loved about my blog was that it was a journal for me to vent about silly thing running through my head. Also I loved documenting our everyday life because I believe that once we get all our dreams into reality who will remember how we lived the day to day life with our wild children.

I pledge to start writing my blog as a journal again.

Let me start by saying this week the kids have been very good listeners. Daddy is away in DC for work. In the morning they want to have lie ins and just lounge around. I don't rash them to have breakfast. Of course AOI has a grumpy moments just before breakfast (wow, 4 years is the worse on grumpiness, so tiring), but when she is in a happy mood then it feels like the sun is in our living room. Laughter and jokes. Lately they're all about the word bottom bottom, with British accent, so sweet but don't really like to hear them say especially because TOI is just two and AOI didn't say such words at his age, but I guess he is going to learn a lot early because sister doesn't know he is little lately because he really is fun to play with).

I miss Europe but I'm channelling all my desire to go there to save for a great year there next year. I would like us to have Hubby's sabbatical year in Europe and Ghana. Won't that be awesome?

Feeling already better after this quick entry.

9 comments:

  1. I go back and forth with blogging (and journal-ing too). Sometimes I just don't feel like I have anything significant to share, and I realize I should share, because it's MY life, and it matters.

    Your kids sound so sweet (the grumpies and all). My son has many moments of grumpiness himself, and has become quite the negotiator. Your son will be a little sponge of knowledge, copying/mimicking his big sister.

    A sabbatical in Europe and Ghana DOES sound amazing.

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    1. Our lives are inspiring others even when we think it's not. I read your blog and always miss you when I search for you and can't find you. AOI is becoming a negotiator too or she simply says "I'm me and you are you so you don't know how it feels."

      TOI is learning from sister and can be also argumentative something like "It's not hot it is cold..." ahaha

      pray for me the sabbatical year to go where I really hope to spend long time there :)

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  2. The first Paragraph of what Emily said is me EXACTLY! It doesn't feel important, but at the same time it's my blog and those are the things that make my blog unique to me. Also, sometimes I feel like I don't know all I'm comfortable sharing. Anyway, I do miss that aspect of blogging for myself and on other blogs as well. Europe. Yes please!!

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    1. I do understand you, there so much that in the course of my blogging I opted not to share because I don't know how people can take it but I'm try to overcome my fears and the limits I set myself.

      Europe, please God listen to my prayers.

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  4. i do love that picture too! i think you have to use your blog the way your feel most comfortable for you and your family! i personally like journaling with pen and paper...there's just something magical about that.

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    1. I love that too, but sometimes pouring my thoughts out into the world feels like a full service therapy lol lol

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  5. Catching up on your blog and I appreciate this post. I too started blogging as a journal not knowing people were making money at it. I'm itching to get back to my roots ♡

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    1. hopefully we will find the balance with coming year, kisses

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