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Vacanza / Holiday

Ebbene sì, dopo tanti mesi riesco a concedermi una vacanza. Ho un sacco di progetti in mente e ho bisogno di tempo per svilupparli al meglio, perciò oggi parto per passerò una quindicina di giorni in uno dei miei luoghi dell'anima, tanto diverso e per certi versi tanto simile al posto in cui vivo... 
Avrò accesso limitato alla rete perciò non riuscirò a venirvi a trovare e a lasciare commenti sui vostri post, e per questo mi scuso in anticipo, ma prometto che recupererò appena rientrata!! Potrò comunque a controllare le mail, perciò se vorrete contattarmi scrivetemi e vi risponderò entro 24-48 ore.
Auguro a tutte voi due splendide settimane creative, in attesa di risentirci con tante novità!

Yeah, after many months I'm finally allowing myself to go on a holiday. I've got lots of projects in my mind and I need time to develop them the best I can, so I'm leaving today to spend a couple of weeks in one of my soul's places, so different and somehow so similar to where I live... 
I'm going to have limited access to the web, so I won't be able to visit your blogs and to comment on your posts, I apologize, but I'll catch up as soon as I'm back, I promise!! I'll be able to check the e-mails anyway, so if you want to contact me write me all the same, you'll get an answer within 24-48 hours.
I wish you all two wonderful creative weeks, I'll be back with lots of news!


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  1. Wonderful picture!! Best wishes for a heavenly holiday also here :-)

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  2. Buona vacanza!Tornerai come nuova,con le idee molto chiare:i luoghi dell'anima fanno miracoli.

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  3. Quando passi da me ... io ho un premio per te. :-)
    Bye, bye Elli

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