Tag: Italy

Transformational Travel

Transformational Travel, otherwise known as: My Hero Journey While Traveling in Italy and How I Found My Way Home.

Palermo, Capital of Sicily

I only spent one evening in Palermo, the capital of Sicily, despite spending eleven weeks in Covid19 isolation, only thirty minutes away. Palermo has a population of 673,000 – which to some folks may feel small. Certainly small compared to Rome or Florence or… Continue Reading “Palermo, Capital of Sicily”

Sicilian Roads

Sicilian roads are harrowing yet offer the most incredibly views. Ultimately, they have a lot to say about my own life and journey.

Channel 2 News Tulsa

After several months of being in Italy during Covid19, I was worried about getting home. Katie Keleher at Channel 2 News Tulsa tried to help.

Valley of the Temples, Agrigento, Sicily

Valley of the Temples is a must-visit UNESCO site in southern Sicily. And walking it during Covid19, when few people were around, was truly incredible.

Scala dei Turchi

The Turkish Steps are white rocky cliffs on the coast of Realmonte, Sicily. This gorgeous natural site, blindingly white when the sun is shining, accentuates the colors of the sea. My photos do not do it justice. Normally a favorite tourist spot, and a… Continue Reading “Scala dei Turchi”

Remembering What’s Sacred: Life, Liberty, and Love

Understanding Italy’s Liberation Day, particularly in the midst of the Covid19 pandemic.

Coronavirus in Italy, Part 2: Death, Age, and Identity

“These are our great elderly who are dying. That they should go like this, it’s deeply unjust.” [1] According to statista.com, as of last night there are now almost 60,000 reported cases of Covid-19 in Italy.  74% of those infected are over the age… Continue Reading “Coronavirus in Italy, Part 2: Death, Age, and Identity”

20 Observations From 2 Weeks in Italy

Showers are small. Really small. For one person only. And forget about shaving your legs cuz you can’t bend over. Seriously, at least half the people I know would not be able to turn around in these things, some might even struggle to get… Continue Reading “20 Observations From 2 Weeks in Italy”

#MeToo – Another Lesson Learned During Coronavirus in Italy

Punto!  Enough. No more. We’re done. This conversation is over. It’s the strongest word I know in Italian. And I just wrote it to one of the few Italians I actually know. I didn’t come to Italy for romance. A few friends said, “Maybe… Continue Reading “#MeToo – Another Lesson Learned During Coronavirus in Italy”

Following the law / Italy during the Coronovirus

According to Italian law, enacted on the 9th of March, 2020, you are no longer allowed to leave your dwelling, to go out, stroll the streets. No gathering in parks, no chatting with neighbors on street corners or at the local bar (for coffee).… Continue Reading “Following the law / Italy during the Coronovirus”

On Being Alone

13 March 2020 Adulting is hard. No doubt about it, There are absolutely days when being an adult can feel overwhelming. And yes, there are times when I wish I had someone – a partner – to help me make decisions. This is not… Continue Reading “On Being Alone”

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