mercoledì 13 gennaio 2010

Ok, 2010 has began. 13 days aren't enough to judge a year, are they?
I was happy 2009 finished as it was not an easy year. Nothing so bad...but nothing so good as well.
It finished leaving some restlessness in me.
As usual, I have lots of whishes for the new year, so many things that I HAVE to do.
Has still a whish list a sense if I know I won't do almost anything of what I dreamt?
What I know for sure is that 2009 end of the year was colder than last ten years:

8 commenti:

Steven Anthony ha detto...

it has been a cold thirteen days...brrr ;(

Michael Mattison ha detto...

Massi -- Thanks for your wine tips! Very much appreciated.
And it's great to see a new post at "dicemas". :-)
Hope 2010 will be YOUR year.
XO
Michael

massi ha detto...

Yes Steven. And it's stil cold.

Michael, thank you, and I hope the same!

A Super Dilettante ha detto...

Thank you so much for your comment. You live in such a beautiful country. I've always loved to visit Bologna for a long time but I've never been to this place. Among so many reasons, my main reasons for loving this place are the food and the art. I've always admired Mannerism period in the history of art in particular Carracci family Family of Italian painters from Bologna. Annibale Carracci is one of my all time favourites! I'm so looking forward to reading more about the culture and the place. Even though I've never been, I can still dream...maybe one day!!

massi ha detto...

so...now i have to post about Carracci...
;D

Kyle ha detto...

Massi, I really like all three pictures in your post. I like winter shots, so the first picture gets me on the at point. The cacti against the barren wall looks so sad. I'm sure it is waiting for warmer weather to come around. Is the third picture of chili plants? Are they edible or decorative, or both?

massi ha detto...
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massi ha detto...

Hi Kyle. Actually today i'm done with winter.
TOOO COLD!!!!
The cactus...left this sad land...(after 10 years it was with me, as the chili plant did). yes, it was both edible and decorative. It was not spicy enought for my taste!