What is it?The Daily Cure for me is trying to smell taste touch—really experience— something, each day, that reminds me that I'm alive and, mostly, happy to be here. A small moment that should go a long way, at least in theory.
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Oooooh-h-h! How beautiful! Is the water warm? How deep is it–is all of it well over your head, or is there any spot where your feet touch the ground? How salty is it? Is there really no one else in sight? (Or are there lots of people standing behind the photographer??) Who rescues you if you’re drowning?? Is this bit of water attached to the place where you are staying (hotel? cottage? ???) And to think that it’s all so close to Milan. Amazing world.
If I had been Napoleon, I would have just stripped down, put on some sunblock, had a nice drink and retired there.
Char, you have just made me weak at the knees.
I want to go there now!!! We live so close and have never been. That will be fixed on our next trip.
My husband’s jealous response to this post? “I’m kind of hating on her right now.” What an amazingly beautiful place!
we’d love it if our back yard looked like this. yep….
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Takes my breath away. I can almost smell the salty air.