Tag Archives: Tuscany

Iris Origo and La Foce

by cheri sabraw One of the imaginative exercises in which I sometimes engage is to place myself into the historical time and worn out shoes of real people who did not bring on their difficult circumstances through their own poor … Continue reading

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Montefollonico, Tuscany, Italy

  by cheri sabraw In Italy this time of year–when the fields boast their fertility, when the grape vine tendrils twirl and pirouette  above their training wires like ballet dancers, when olive trees explode with star-shaped mini-buds sure to produce … Continue reading

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Along for the ride

by cheri sabraw   Today in San Gimignano, an old woman dressed in blue caught my eye. Her nylon stockings, pumps, and oversized purse all stylized her in an elegant fashion as she rested before heading down the tile street. … Continue reading

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