Writer In Florence Ela Vasilescu

Day 196 – Sunday and some technical difficulties

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As you can see my blog’s theme sucks right now and we are working really hard to fix it (better said D is working really hard, I am just panicking around him and approving new themes ).

I stopped believing that this year sucks, even if it was probably the most horrible year up until now and even if I am changing my mind a lot regarding my perspective about it. I have all these maybes that I don’t know how to handle, so I thought it would be best if for a while I would just stop thinking that I am cursed or something and accept the reality of things: sometimes shit happens and you can’t do anything about it except moving on. It’s also a convenient way of thinking giving that there is less than two months left of this year hahaha. So, despite the fact that I was totally freaking out last night because I couldn’t write my daily post, with only twenty minutes left from the day, I woke up  in a wonderful mood today and went to have our usual Sunday coffee and cake ritual.

We spent the entire morning walking the streets of our neighborhood, found a nice garden where Ephia picked flowers for me to put in my hair and talked about non sense and future plans. Yesterday was a little weird for all of us, because Ephia only got to see me for half an hour, so today she is attached to me like we are glued together and she spent all morning cuddling and kissing me every five minutes.  As a way of returning her the favor for being so forgiving about yesterday and so lovable today, I have promised her a walk downtown of Florence this evening.  So, if you will hear happy giggling around Piazza Republica later, be sure it is my daughter riding the carousel’s horses and letting everyone know about it.

These being said, have a wonderful Sunday and a beautiful beginning of the week.

About the author

Ela Vasilescu

I’m a writer based in Florence, Italy.

Human nature inspires me, different cultures, traditions, folk stories and the differences which make us unique. Documenting stories is a privilege, a glimpse into humanity, an unforgettable experience, one which I embrace and honour every day.

If you have a story twitching in the back of your pocket, one that is ready to be told, shared and heard, chances are I will be ready to listen; so don’t hesitate to send me an email.

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By Ela Vasilescu
Writer In Florence Ela Vasilescu