By Trina Otero The village of Cerchio sleeps while I sit at the edge of the castle wall, pondering my destiny.
I went out on the terrace last night to look at the stars and to pray. To talk to God, my Angels and my Guides. To look at the constellation that caught my attention a few nights ago. I laid on the lawn chair, wrapped in a blanket, and I released a deep breath. The … Continue reading ~¤~ Stargazing in Cerchio & the Number 911 ~¤~
Every night I say to Siena's Nona [means "grandmother" in Italiano], "Grazie per la cena." [Thank you for dinner.] Last night she told Siena to tell me, "You do not need to thank me every day for the food, because I cook from my heart." I asked Siena to tell Nona, "I know...and I want to … Continue reading Grazie per la Cena
These past two days have been interesting -- I have not gone to bed [a.k.a had decent sleep] since Tuesday night. Wednesday night I did not go to sleep because I had to catch a train at 4:19 a.m. Thursday morning from Sacile to Venezia [Venice]. I did not see any point in sleeping -- … Continue reading Ghost Trains, Italian Beaches, Mariachiala, & Tequila Shots in Cerchio