After almost one month, I am finally back! “To busting your balls” you’ll think. Yes, also.

The maintenance work for the blog lasted for a while, but it was worth it! From today my blog will be Multi-language I will post both in English and in Italian.

To realize this project, to whom I cared a lot, I turned to Lara Rigo. Thank you so much for your patience. You should be Saint straightaway 🙂

What’s changed?

Now the reader will be able to select the language that most likes for read the posts or to consult the entire blog. After I moved to Nashville, TN I felt even more the need to do it, I just needed to organize everything.

Since we started there, we changed also the graphic part and the pictures: I chose personally from my Instagram gallery pictures that best suit the new categories Life in America, Recipes and Interview.

The logo is always the same, the one that my friend Valentina Scannapieco created from Occhi Ovunque. A most felt thanks also to you and to your wonderful creativity <3

I gave a deeper meaning to the page About me, telling about the girl that I was and the woman that I’ve become. Few words, but heartfelt. Are you curious, right?

After almost one month, I am finally back!

We took care to our best the page Contacts. So, for those who want to text me, also only for a greeting or send me a virtual hug I am here with open arms!

I also like the possibility to keep in touch on social networks (practically everyone). C’mon let’s connect.

One thing that I have set to do is take care of the photography: my wish is that the reader can revive or dream up through the pictures that I will take and to know more about places and customs of Nashville or places that I will visit. It’s a promise!

I am finally back. One thing that I have set to do is take care of the photography: my wish is that the reader can revive or dream up through the pictures that I will take and to know more about places and customs of Nashville or places that I will visit. It’s a promise!

To conclude, I’ll constantly update you about adventures of mom and wife expat. Often you will read about my moods related to this new and (not) always nice adventure. It’s ok also this!

I’m asking you just a favor: be patience if, while you’re reading in English you’ll find some lexical error. I’ve never hidden the fact that I am not that good to translate. The next step after the American Driver License will be come back to school for improve the new language.

Good luck to me and keep in touch!

Traslated by Alice Perego.

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