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Back from Italy

Regular readers of this blog will know I have been in Italy the past five weeks, exhibiting in Florence and then travelling around soaking up the art, architecture and culture : professional development I like to call it!

But now I’m back home and recovering from jet lag, though still enjoying some “holiday mode” days.

All good things must come to an end, however (whoever coined that phrase has alot to answer for) and work looms in the murky distance.

First are the catch up jobs… a few Etsy orders to post that were sold while overseas… and I am a bit behind with the Poem and Drawing a Day blog. The studio needs a clean, especially since I have a seven year old birthday party booked in for Saturday!

Blog posts will be slow though because my internet went down about a week before I got back and a technician is not avail till Monday! Don’t get me started on that issue – a change in providers is on the cards, I think.

I will leave you with a few pics of Italy… talk soon πŸ™‚

Rialto Bridge, Venice

Rialto Bridge, Venice

Venice

Venice

Rome

Rome

The Spanish Steps

The Spanish Steps

Water Fountain with Urn detail

Water Fountain with Urn detail

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9 thoughts on “Back from Italy

  1. What wonderful memories. Thanks for sharing

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    Posted by nuvofelt | January 10, 2013, 7:25 pm
  2. Welcome back – you’ve taken some amazing pics πŸ˜€

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    Posted by diannegray | January 11, 2013, 7:17 am
  3. It looks wonderful Dawn, glad you are back, love my necklace.

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    Posted by Leanne Cole | January 16, 2013, 7:39 pm
  4. Five weeks in Italy. I think I need some professional development.

    Hope you had fun, and the exhibition went well. Looking forward to more photographs.

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    Posted by bronxboy55 | January 24, 2013, 12:47 am
  5. Wow. Congrats, Dawn on exhibiting in that beautiful country, Italy. Looks like you are happy and the pics are gorgeous. Love your red boots. Thanks for sharing and look forward to seeing some of the pics of the exhibit. Rltei

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    Posted by rlte | January 24, 2013, 11:18 pm

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