Sleepy Little Village

I’m trying to take life slowly. Forcing myself to not rush to get chores done. I have all the time in the world, but it’s quite an adjustment.
This morning I didn’t open my eyes until after seven, and then laid in bed until the clock chimed 7:15. A good time to rise.
My brain reminded me of my morning stretch routine, so I obeyed. Then upstairs to make a Cappuccino in the temperamental Smeg coffee maker. Came out perfectly. I sat on the kitchen deck and enjoyed my morning coffee. The sleepy little village had not yet come to life. No cars, no people, just the sunrise, the hillside and me.
What next?
A trip to San Vito on the coast, a pleasant walk and lunch in one of the local seafood restaurants.
It’s a hard life!!!

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. MARGE RAUDSTEIN
    Sep 24, 2020 @ 09:47:43

    Totally enjoy reading your blog. Life is good and glad you are enjoying it. Your words brought a smile to my face when you mentioned Nino. Fred speaks of him often. I feel like I know Nino! And, FYI, today is Fred’s birthday! Enjoy your day with smiles and laughter!

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    • Sandra
      Sep 24, 2020 @ 10:16:11

      Hi, I told Fred you said hi when I saw him. Haven’t seen him today, but if I do I will definitely wish him a Happy Birthday. Yes this is a lovely place. Found it three years ago and it captured my heart. Hope you get chance to visit one day!

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