Writer In Florence Ela Vasilescu
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Day 170 – Writers night in the countryside

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Yesterday was a pretty amazing day. After a well deserved little lecture and discovering apple and cinnamon tea, which by the way smells like Heaven on Earth and I want it everyday, I went to teach my regular Monday classes. Me and the girls at the class played games, read stories and imagined new worlds together. For the writers meeting last night, we have all been invited to...

Day 105 – Sunday habits

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I am beginning to love Sunday mornings. It became kind of a family ritual to wake up together, go to our favorite pastry place, grab a cappuccino and a creamy cake and enjoy a conversation about nothing while watching Ephia gobbling her piece of cake. The normal ritual after a morning like that, is making lunch together and then while Ephia has her nap one of us goes out, usually with an artist...

Day 103 – Piazzale Michelangelo and prizes

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Yesterday evening was dedicated entirely for two of the winners of my contest. We’ve met at Piazzale Michelangelo and after awarding the bottle of wine to my first place winner, we’ve watched the sunset over Florence talking about future projects, the amazing city in which we live in and how great life can seem from this perfect spot in Florence. While the sun was setting over the...

Day 100 – The winners

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I am so excited to write this post! Happy birthday dear project! Along the way, I had a few bumps that almost demolished this whole thing, but it survived and now I am celebrating day 100. Yuhuuuuu!!!! I’ve learned a lot about myself these 100 days and it gave me the discipline of making my writing feel like my job which is exactly what I wanted. I must admit that it also took some things...

Day 96 – Contest with wine prizes

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Today is Ferragosto and my brain is as empty of ideas as the streets of Florence are. At first I wanted to write something inspiring, but let’s be honest, nobody is in that mood today, at least not in Italy. So, instead I wanted to announce a contest in honor of my 100 day celebration of this project and because we are in Italy, of course it involves wine prizes. The contest should be easy...

Day 44 – Artists, cemetery, wine and plain nothing

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What does one write about when one has nothing to say about anything? Should I ramble on about something that everyone would be interested in reading? Or should I write something cheesy, just to fill in the day. Yeah, you are right, it was Monday and that means Writers Group meeting, at the church or in the cemetery and lots of wine (lately a little bit of porn too). Doesn’t that sound a bit...

Writer In Florence Ela Vasilescu