It’s been a long time since I’ve posted. My computer died during the winter and I am using a tiny borrowed thing that is not enjoyable to type on. That being said, I do have some news to relay, so here goes:
I finally got my Italian citizenship in January. This is of course very exciting after all of the hoops I jumped and crawled through. But the even more exciting news is that I sold the book that I wrote about my first year living here. Woo Hoo!!!! It will be coming out this summer. I wish I could tell you the title, but it keeps changing so I will update you when it’s fixed. After ten years of writing, I am over the moon that this is finally happening!
Other than that, I don’t have tons to tell you. Back at work at the winery for another season of slinging vino! Long days and fun clients are making the time fly by!
Cinder is still hanging in with me and though she sleeps almost the whole day, she doesn’t seem ready to leave yet. For this I am grateful.
I promise to be back online soon with a new computer and more news about when the book is coming out! Also some more recipes that I’ve been compiling throughout the winter. A presto…
6 thoughts on “Spring Time in Tuscany”
That is truly wonderful news, Complimenti! All your hard work paying off… let me know the title when you do and if you ever fancy a trip to Venice…just let me know!
Hi Jen..How wonderful that your book is being published. I am so proud of you. What a strong and talented woman you are. Looking forward to reading your book and hearing more from you on Word.
Warm Aloha, Aunt Linda
Thanks for the good wishes on the book! It’s a dream come true for me and I’m still pinching myself!!!!
Jen, I’m so excited for you. Glad dto hear you are doing well. I want a copy of the first press!!! So proud of you my friend. Much Love, Patty
Congratulations on your book Jen. I look forward to finding a copy in the book store and seeing your name in print. Ten years is a long time waiting for this big event. Congratulations again!
Maggio in Spring looks beautiful. I love your picture of Cinder walking in the tiny streets.
Much love to you,
Bravo Jen! I’m so glad things are working out…it’s been quite a road. So nice to hear from you again….my Italian friend! Ciao!