Dear friends:

After several months of non-stop researching, studying and writing to bring the very best possible articles to this page, it is time for our team to pause. We need to rest in order to recharge our batteries and return with stamina. We will resume our writing endeavours in the beginning of September but are planning a few changes to our traditional layout for our comeback.

We always admired the British writers who published their prose in several instalments in magazines during the Victoria era; we imagined the eagerness of those beautiful, well-attired ladies who anxiously checked their mailbox. When we wrote our first article we designed it as the first piece of wood of the needed scaffolding for our second book: “Emotional frustration – the hushed plague.” As we keep ploughing on with the manuscript, that successful series will be progressively phased out until the book’s release sometime in early 2018. As its replacement we’re planning with my son Gian Luca, a promising cinematographer who has celluloid in his veins, an exciting, original video series called “Cibovagabondaggio” where we will visit some fine food and wine establishments to snoop at what they’re up to.

We hope you’ll have a pleasant summer vacation, for all of those who live in the Northern Hemisphere, and a nice winter break for those in the Southern one. The importance of a pause from work, studies and routine is paramount.

Please continue reading our articles when we all come back from vacations.

See you later!

Hasta luego!

A bientôt!

Vi rincrociamo!

Auf wiedersehn!

11 thoughts on “Happy vacations

    1. Good afternoon and thanks for the ligbting acknowledgement. My vacations ended last week.wben I started writing blogs again. Tomorrow comes “The first blogger”, which is a much needed remenbrace of the first valiant writer that started blogging in tbe English language. How did you know I was on vacation? Don’t tell me you’re following me! A nice girl like you should’t pay any attention to a dangerous character like moi.
      Un baccione. Arrivederci!

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