BTW: It's okay to overuse exclamation marks when you're referring to your newgrand baby. All rules out the window!
Trucks park in neat rows and the vendors showcase their fresh seafood, fruits, vegetables, flowers, cheese, clothing, leather goods, and kitchenware. It’s fun to see the townspeople come to shop.
They greet one another and are busy at the various booths purchasing their needs for the week.
I loved the smell of everything. It seems things smell sweeter and more robust here. Could it be that it’s all fresh? Or could it be because I’m in Italy?
Sunday, 25 January 2015
Wish I could speak the language. I have a whole new appreciation for people who come to America and don't speak English. It's a different experience when you can't communicate. When you're the outsider. But, seriously, I am reveling in this experience!
This time has made me acutely aware of how we communicate through body language and facial expressions. There is so much more to true communication than speaking. As a writer this thorough understanding is immeasurable.
Perhaps with prayers and seeking I'll find exactly what God has ordained for this time here.
See the Italian alps in the distance?
Readers, thanks for visiting Lagniappe.