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A Father's Day Letter to my Dad......

Saturday, June 18, 2011



Happy Father's Day DAD!

(This is a letter to my Dad from me)

Dad, sometimes we take you for granted.....especially me.
You are always there to lend a hand and help me up.
Your smile and laughter brighten my days in so very many happy ways.
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My family and I enjoyed our trip together to Italy. It was hard to keep up with you, but we did enjoy each step, blisters and all. Hard to believe how much we did and saw, the great number of people and relatives that we met.
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The sights through your eyes will be treasured by each of us always. Thank you for that.
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The years are going by and I am not sure how long you will be with us. I hope and pray it will be many, many years from now. Call me selfish and greedy, but I would keep you with us as long as God wills.
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Words are not always my strong point....especially the spoken ones.

I hope you know how much we love you.

How treasured you are.

For who you are.

For all you do.

For who you raised me to be.

Love you Dad.

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Hugs,
Angela

  
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MDGARDENGIRL 6/25/2011 4:35PM

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EGR2BEME 6/21/2011 10:06PM

    Awesome tribute to you Dad...sounds like you had a wonderful trip!

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EGR2BEME 6/21/2011 10:05PM

    Awesome tribute to you Dad...sounds like you had a wonderful trip!

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BOVEY63 6/21/2011 12:04PM

    Beautiful letter!

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GEMINI-SKY 6/21/2011 6:49AM

    OXOX Angela...
What a Lucky Dad and What a Lucky Daughter ! ! !

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TEXAS_GRL 6/19/2011 4:27PM

    Awww what a great blog!

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CHAS1949 6/19/2011 1:50PM

    I'm glad you are telling him your thoughts and feelings about him....

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LITTLETEAPOT17 6/19/2011 8:43AM

    Beautiful Words, Angela...just beautiful.
Paula
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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 6/19/2011 12:28AM

    Oh, Angela... that really touched my heart. Thank you so much for sharing it. emoticon emoticon emoticonLori

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LYNMEINDERS 6/19/2011 12:05AM

    You are an amazing lady.....
keep being you....
Your father should be very very proud of you....
I am....

Love & Hugs

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He'll have a blessed Father's Day.
He's got a terrific Daughter.

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RESULTS361AP09 6/18/2011 9:42PM

    A wonderful letter to your dad! I'm glad I get to spend Father's Day with my dad again this year. Have a great Father's Day with your dad!


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THINLIN07 6/18/2011 9:42PM

    That is beautiful. Treasure your times with your dad. I lost my dad in 2005 to lung cancer and I miss him like crazy. I now have beautiful memories and I know i will see him one day in heaven. Enjoy the day with your dad.

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LIL-VIXEN 6/18/2011 9:34PM

    What a beautiful letter to your dad. I'm sure he will love reading it

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ON TOP OF THE WORLD.....A Long way down.

Friday, June 03, 2011

ON TOP OF THE WORLD.....A Long way down.
Yes, I climbed an active Volcano, Mt. Vesuvius. It was amazing....painful, but invigorating.
We left Marigliano, Italy early in the morning and drove around Mount Soma to the south side of Mt. Vesuvius, with the sun shining and a clear blue sky. My cousin-in-law took the day off work to drive us. Now from what I have observed there is only small cars, no vans. Most likely because the streets are so small and crowded they just will not fit. Anyhow there were 6 of us and a 5 seat car, so we did what all the drivers around there seemed to do and that was our own thing. Yes, we put my son in the trunk....yes, I felt like a very bad parent and it was with a lot of nervousness that we preceded. It was a hatchback, and the most comfortable for him, in fact he slept most of the way.
We approached the National Park and were able to take a huge all terrain SUV bus 2/3 of the way up. It was a bumpy, rough ride for the beginning of our adventure. We arrived in an almost arid landscape, desert like with lizards scurrying around ( I am not a reptile fan, but I did ok ). The walk was like the highest setting on my treadmill and curving around the Mountain, with a little wood rail to ‘help’ prevent you from falling down to either Pompeii or the Bay of Naples. Not the most secure feeling in the world, that’s for sure! It was hard walking, as the soil was of the consistency of sand, making it hard to get a good grip with your foot.
It was hot as we started out and with the deep breathing from the exercise, not to forget that we were changing altitude with less oxygen in the air, made for a difficult climb. I amazed myself with my perseverance, fortitude and how far I had come. Literally! Not just up the mountain, but 6 months, 1 year, 2 years ago I would NOT have been able to climb this without a lot more blood, sweat, swears and tears. In fact I probably would have found an excuse to avoid it altogether. Just think of all I would and did miss in doing the avoidance tactic.
And you know what?
It was worth it! Every part of the journey was worth this climb, for I felt that I was on top of the world!
The view was amazing, but slowly became obscured by incoming clouds. This cooled us down considerably and we had to put on our coats, but what a feeling walking through clouds the consistency of fog.
At the top looking into the crater, we could see vents on the side releasing smoke. My son said to my Dad, “Nonno, what do we do if it starts to blow?” He replied, “Well Brandon, you can run if you want to, but it really won’t matter.” I guess that about sums it up.
The way down the mountain was so beautiful, uneventful and so easy, it made you think what all the fuss was about.
I guess I have to ask myself that question too.
“What is all the fuss about? Exercise...just do it. It may be allot of work and effort at the beginning, but oh when you reach that summit, that pinnacle, you will realize the beauty on the other side; how far you have come and what a long way down it truly is.
And you know what? It is worth every moment.”
Hugs,
Angela








  
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SYLPHINPROGRESS 6/25/2011 5:08PM

    An amazing experience and an amazing accomplishment. You are on top of the world still. And I''ve learned even more. You're a mother, a daughter (duh) and Italian, "Nonno" being the give-away.

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MDGARDENGIRL 6/25/2011 4:41PM

    Loved the pictures! Crazy to think you walked up it!!! Thanks for sharing

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TEXAS_GRL 6/7/2011 9:45PM

    Wow I am tired just reading about it! WTG!!!! You are a rockstar!

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LYNMEINDERS 6/4/2011 5:23AM

    WOW...how awesome is that....
Thanks so much for posting these.....
Kinda challenges to go there and walk it as well.....

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 6/3/2011 6:15PM

    WOW! I read this to my DH! He said WOW, too! What a fantastic experience! I loved your blog, and thanks for sharing it! emoticon

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GEMINI-SKY 6/3/2011 5:24PM

    The Pain was Worth the Gain ! ! !
Simply Beautiful...You and the Pictures....

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CAROLNALDO 6/3/2011 3:53PM

  Angela, thank you so much for sharing all these photos and stories. We have a mutual friend and she told me about your trip to Italy. We were there 5 years ago and I am living the trip over again looking at your blogs. I, too, have had weight loss surgery. I had bariatric bypass surgery. I had a horrible time getting around Italy but I was determined. I was at my highest weight ever when we went to Italy. I made it and instead of gaining from the food in Italy I lost weight. We were able to stay for a month. My brother in law had kidney stones while we were there so my husband and I were off on our own a lot of the time. We didn't climb Mt. Vesuvius...I'm afraid of heights. We did go to Amalfi though and I made it giggling all the way on the bus. I think I was so terrified of those narrow roads that I went a little bonkers and laughed instead of having a nervous breakdown. It was fun and very beautiful.Anyway thanks for the memories.
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DEBBIEANNE1124 6/3/2011 3:50PM

    Wow! I truly admire you. You are strong.
Beautiful pictures, to.

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BOVEY63 6/3/2011 3:49PM

    Way to go Angela! I know all about the avoidance thing and am enjoying life so much more now that I am up to new adventures. Even getting on a plane next week. I have never been afraid of flying but always worries I'd be too big to fit in the seatbelt. Now that is no longer a worry (although I still have a ways to go to hit my goal).
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Thanks for sharing more pictures of your trip - I love seeing them.

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CHAS1949 6/3/2011 3:36PM

    Thanks for sharing...I think it's fantastic that you did it!! The pictures are great!!

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CAROLEDENTON 6/3/2011 3:02PM

    Oh good! Thank you for blogging and sharing more of your trip with us. I tried to send the blog to my friend, I hope it works.

What an awesome job, climbing up the mountain. We we were on the BIG Island and went to that observatory, it was 14,000 feet and the air was THIN!! Very, very THIN!! I can certainly appreciate what you accomplished! Good job!

I am so happy you have my friend (Carol) looking and re-visiting their trip, she is enjoying the memories. I told you she sent me many wonderful pictures and I believe we are going to set up a date to get to see the rest of her pictures that we never seen. We will love that, thank you!

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PARKERB2 6/3/2011 2:10PM

    Glad you made it. I can relate to the feel good feeling after you've reached the summit. I hike as much as 13 miles in one day, up and down mountains and boy do I feel good when I've finished. Such a feeling of accomplishment. I'm sure that how you feel too as you've stated. Keep up the Good Work and Keep Sparking. By the way, if someone had told me I would be hiking 13 miles I would have said no way. emoticon

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A little blurb.......

Monday, May 23, 2011

Just a quick check in with you and myself.
Met with my Surgeon on Thursday and had my band tightened. It now holds 6.2 cc's of fluid. I am feeling a bit of restriction which is good! I felt I had hardly any limit when away on holidays and ate like crazy. A few problems with bread and chicken.
.....when will I learn that bread is no longer for me?
I still want to reach for it, face it...I am a bread junkie and being a Red Seal Journeyman Baker hasn't helped me keep my girlish figure.
Oh well, I am learning the hard way after running to the bathroom to 'relive' my bread addiction.
I have a hard head, but it will eventually get through.
AS for chicken, it is going the way of bread. If it is not moist then I for sure have a problem. And surprise I can feel eggs are going to go this way to...
We will see....
I am losing weight, very slowly mind you, but it is going down.
Now Thursday night I went to boot camp and continue to feel the effects. ouch!
Yesterday I sanded the deck from a bent over position and am wondering if I bruised myself with the port of my lapband.
My stomach is so sore, almost unbearable. And it centers around the port. I am thinking the bent position was forcing it into the abdominal wall and could of caused some soft tissue damage. Will see how it is tomorrow.
Tomorrow is the next boot camp...I was planning to go and should go. Will just have to see about the stomach.
Thinking of walking to meet a girlfriend for coffee tonight. It is usually a place I would drive to, but I think I will do it.
Hugs My Friends! Go out and make it a terrific day!
Angela
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KLOE23 5/30/2011 7:06PM

    Bread and tortilla's are on my "not-band-friendly-list" too.....I still try them every now and again to make sure I still can't eat them....I guess I am a gluten for punishment. One of these days I hope I can wrap my mind around the fact that I just can't do them anymore. I'm glad you had a fabulous trip. Post more pictures from you trip so we can see how fabulous it was :-)

Hugs, Jamie

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GIGALENA 5/27/2011 9:13AM

    Looking great Angela! WOOHOO! You amazing!

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CHAS1949 5/26/2011 11:43AM

    That would be tough!! I eat very little bread, but if I couldn't have ANY I would go into craving mode....not good.

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MARTY728 5/26/2011 10:06AM

    I am also a bread junkie. I know you enjoyed the trip. You are looking good! I will catch-up with you more later. emoticon

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BOVEY63 5/24/2011 11:14AM

    You look so great Angela!
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Hope your stomach is feeling better and that you have an awesome day!
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GEMINI-SKY 5/24/2011 8:16AM

    Angela, You look so Great ! ! !
Keep up the work and it will all work out.
Hugs to You ! ! !
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LYNMEINDERS 5/24/2011 4:40AM

    I am sure you will learn what works for you and what doesn't as you journey along and I am sure you will get to grips with it....

Maybe a tortillo wrap would work for you instead of bread???? just a thought

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L*I*T*A* 5/24/2011 12:20AM

    i seem to have less problems with toasted breads although this does not work for all breads.........worth a try though.............
all the best with your journey.....blessings and hugs........lita

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PURESTILLWATER 5/23/2011 11:15PM

    It took me a while to stop trying the bread... you will eventually determine it is not worth the pain.. at least I did. The carbs are horrible for our figure anyway so just add them to the not band friendly no list and you'll do fine.

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 5/23/2011 8:11PM

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DEBBIEANNE1124 5/23/2011 7:16PM

    You look Fabulous! @ 6.2 cc's??? Well compared to my 2cc's and i've only ahd the 1 tightening so far I ahve trouble with breads as well. You're not the only one who is a breadaholic. Try the sandwich thins for a sandwich or toasted bread. I can ahve tortillas as well. I get a fill in June. I think you're doing wonderful. so far the only things I ahve trouble eating is biscuits hamburger buns and soft bread. I can have rice and apsta.
I'm wishing you all the best. Keep on keepin on!
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Lots of Fun, Blisters and Blunders...Overall a great Trip!

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

I am back from our trip to Italy! emoticon

Did surprisingly well with all the travel and FOOD. I am learning to live with the lap band and make better choices. I learn fast if I have chosen incorrectly and try not to do it again. Am having problems with some breads and sometimes chicken. But enjoying how things are progressing. I am getting closer to Onederland, at least by my scale. LOL! I find the clinic's scale a little more harsh. emoticon

Not surprisingly I ate l like a PIG! The food was so good and that is an understatement! emoticon

We had fresh lemons and oranges and other fruits right from my Aunt's garden.

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We were mainly in Naples with little trips out to surrounding areas like the Amalfi Coast, Caserta, Positano, Sorrento, Pompeii... We stayed 2 nights in Rome & 1 night in Florence. We did a LOT! I have to go through my photos to organize and write what we did. I will add a few, but I took over 4000 pictures. May need to blog again about this just to add the tip of the iceberg to all we did.


My Zia's home from the street. It is the original homestead of my Great Grandparents from the farm they once had. My Dad was born here.


Did our washing in this 40+ year old washing machine and hung to dry in the sun. We had great weather with an average of 25*C, rain the first day only.


Saint Sebastion in Marigliano, near our family's home.


The streets are narrow, virtually one way and you travel them on foot or in car at your own risk. The drivers do as they please! No stopping at stop signs, rarely at traffic lights; only the ones willing to take risks get anywhere. Parking is where you feel like it. On Sidewalks, double or triple parked. We have it good here at home!


Everyone had a dog, more for guarding the home inside iron gates. But there were a lot of homeless dogs that broke our hearts. Running the streets looking for food or affection, some were aggressive, others not.

We walked virtually everywhere. And not my usual walk! Oh No! My Dad was on a mission to show us as much as possible in the short time we had. My sister has long legs as does my son. Not me. I am the short one. My husband kindly walked my pace, although sometimes I was waiting for him with his bum knee. I am not kidding when I say I think I jogged Italy. I am enjoying looking at the sites from the pictures I took, as all the time I had was to snap and run to catch up. We will go back one day and take it all in more leisurely, but I am so glad I was able to see this through my father's eyes. It has been a dream of his and mine, actually all of ours to one day go see where he lived and grew up. I am thankfull for that opportunity.

Well, a result of all this walking was blisters. I mean blisters on blisters. I had brought my good shoes with my orthopedic inserts, so should have had no problem. BUT...it was hot so my shoe liner slipped and folded; refusing to stay in place. The result = Blisters. Ouch. But I was a trooper and carried on at the same frantic pace.



Walked to the top of the mountain at Caserta, the King's Palace...and back again.


Yes that is the castle we walked from and back to.

I ate like crazy (certainly need an adjustment on Thursday at the Doctors) and walked even more. Was going to track all my food, but we were all disappointed to find that WI-FI is virtually unaccessable. I think my Husband and Dad took it hard. By the end of the trip the rest of us were getting tired of them whining and trying to find the WI-FI. Good news though! Came home and had lost a couple pounds which certainly made my day. emoticon

Because we were meeting so many people, there were bound to be blunders. What with me not speaking Italian and being so tired from all the walking, etc, I did a doosy! emoticon

I kissed the waitress.... Oopps!

I mean it was an honest mistake! First of all you greet everyone by the double cheek kiss; second of all we were entering a restaurant to meet family, some I had met, some I hadn't. Then I was ahead of my Dad whose lead I usually follow, but behind a cousin. So out of the corner of my eye, I see the cousin saying good evening and greeting the waitress (whom I didn't know was the waitress). So I come up and do the usual Italian greeting when my Dad pipes up behind me "What are you doing??" Oh my did I feel like 2 inches tall when I realized my error. But we were able to laugh it off, after he told her we were from out of the country and just so very friendly where we came from. I think he may have told her I was 'touched in the head' for all I know! emoticon

I am sure I made more bloopers, but that was the biggest one and one my son won't let me forget!


The Vatican was amazing!!


Florence


Yes, I saw all 3 David's. Awesome!

I still have to upload some more photos. So will post again later.

Met a lot of family, most for the first time. It was wonderful. My Dad and Sister joined the 3 of us and we were able to see where My Dad grew up; went to school; ran each year for the Madonna D'Larco; went to the cemetery for my Uncle, Nonna, & Nonno, as well as other relatives... A lot done.
A truly terrific trip!

Hugs,
Angela
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CAROLEDENTON 5/29/2011 10:51PM

    Hey! Glad you made it back and had a terrific trip to Italy. Sounds like you made it to several of the places that my friend did. My friend is afraid of heights, and that Amalfi Coast highway really got to her. Her father-in-law is from Remmedy(Oh shoot, I think that is close). They met relatives, and I don't think they kissed waitresses (Tee Hee) but after a month they were happy to get home. Thanks for posting the pictures, what a wonderful experience.

Sounds great that you LOST weight while you were gone! Much luck with the continued success. Bummer about the bread! My favorite food. I could NEVER understand the statement "Man does not live by bread alone". I always thought....BUT THIS woman could!!

Glad you are home and will have memories for the rest of your life, not to mention the 4,000 pictures! Good job!!

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LINDYPAINTS 5/25/2011 8:19AM

    I only just found your Blog... it looks like you had an awesome trip! So glad you were able to enjoy EVERYTHING including the food!
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IZZYBEBOP 5/22/2011 9:51AM

    Your photos are so beautiful! What an amazing trip to have had the opportunity to take. 4000 photos! I hope you're smarter than me and don't just dump then in a folder. That's a job in itself, getting them organized, tagged and titled. I spend more time hunting for photos than it would take if I'd just spend a week doing it.

Thank you so much for sharing all of these.

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LYNMEINDERS 5/18/2011 7:08PM

    wooHoo...how terrific

Had to laugh at your comment about the cars and walking and also the dogs.....

Made me think I what i found in Addis Ababa when we were there.....

Look forwqard to hearing more...

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GEMINI-SKY 5/18/2011 7:51AM

    So Totally AWESOME ! ! !
Thank You for putting the picture of Florence here. One of my favorite places...At least it was in the 1970's...
So glad you had such a wonderful time and I bet your Dad was in 7th Heaven...
Ciao Bella ! ! !

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ELLIE381 5/17/2011 6:07PM

    Thanks for sharing! What a wonderful time you must have had. How wonderful to see the things your Father wanted and with him.

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CHAS1949 5/17/2011 1:14PM

    Thanks for sharing your trip and the wonderful pictures. I love to hear about things like that!

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LITTLETEAPOT17 5/17/2011 12:59PM

    Angela,
I agree with Momma. What a blessing and a once in a lifetime trip. The pics and stories were wonderful. Thanks for sharing with us!
Paula
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BOVEY63 5/17/2011 12:48PM

    What an amazing trip! I am so happy for you and also jealous - Italy is my dream vacation. I really do hope to get there with my mom, sister and brother one day and be able to see where my great-grandparents were born and raised (Calabria area).

Thanks for sharing your pictures and memories - so looking forward to more!
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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 5/17/2011 12:08PM

    Angela, I thoroughly enjoyed the tour! You are so blessed to be able to do this while your family is still healthy! That's wonderful! emoticon

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NEWKAREN43 5/17/2011 11:54AM

    Oh my gosh! I know EXACTLY what you mean about jogging through your trip. That was the way I felt in my Europe trip a month ago too! We ran the whole way, saw everything, took pictures of everything and it was all so cool...but so fast! Europe in a blur! What an experience! I'm so glad you had a good time! Your pictures are wonderful - it takes a long time to go through them and label them and really enjoy them I'm finding. Thank you so much for this blog! I love it. I'll bet your feet are glad to be home!!! I had the same experience of exercising so much (ok, becoming a runner) and eating everything in sight and I lost a couple pounds too. I also found that when I cam back and went back to eating really good and following Spark, I lost a LOT, like 5 pounds in the first 10 days back! I hope you get the same rebound! It was heartening!!! Blessings to you on your journey, and I'm so happy for you getting to meet so much family! Karen

PS. I think we made a new definition of "globe 'trotter'"!

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ANITAWPG 5/17/2011 11:07AM

    oh does this bring back memories - in high school I went on a school trip to Italy for about 10 days - it is such a beautiful place

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"I'm going on a jetplane, don't know when I'll be back again..."

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Great song!
I am off on a journey my friends. A journey of epic proportions and I look forward to filling you in when I get back.
I wish you much success while I am away. I can't wait to hear of them all when I return.
I am giving you a hint and myself the 'boot'!
Hugs!
Ciao!
Angela
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TEENY_BIKINI 5/14/2011 11:39PM

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GEMINI-SKY 5/13/2011 6:51AM

    I'm waiting for you to get back to tell us all about your wonderful travels.
I Miss You My Friend ! ! !
BTW Happy Belated Birthday....
OXOX

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ANNESNEWLIFE 5/11/2011 6:28PM

    ok...I'm completely jealous, lol! Hope you have a great trip!

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LYNMEINDERS 4/28/2011 11:02PM

    WooHOO.....enjoy your trip to the fullest....
Look forward to hearing all about it when you return

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MARTY728 4/28/2011 12:51PM

    Have fun in the motherland of our ancestors! emoticon

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BOVEY63 4/28/2011 12:07PM

    Have fun! Wish I was going with you!
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IZZYBEBOP 4/28/2011 9:49AM

    Please sparkmail me when you get your blog(s) up about your trip. How wonderful!
Susan

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CHAS1949 4/28/2011 2:17AM

    Have a great time...I will be looking for the story of your adventures.

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Wishing you a wonderful trip! Enjoy! Can't wait to hear all about it!

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CATHYGETSFIT 4/27/2011 11:15PM

    Oooh, have fun and be sure to take pic's while you are over in Italy!

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TIBURONA 4/27/2011 8:58PM

    Probably won't kiss you, but will smile for you...
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Have a great and safe journey!

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RESULTS361AP09 4/27/2011 6:39PM

    Angela-have a fantastic trip! I can't wait to see your pictures. I will miss you while you're gone & I am so jealous-wish I could be there too! emoticon

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I.M.MAGIC 4/27/2011 6:02PM

    Leaving on a jet plane,huh? Love the era... and it sounds like Italia to me too! LOL
Have a wonderful trip!

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DEBBIEANNE1124 4/27/2011 3:55PM

    You are off to Italy? Wow!!! Enjoy your time away and pictures!
Hugs
Debbie

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 4/27/2011 3:21PM

    Oh, Angela, I hope you have LOTS OF FUN! emoticon

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