|edible nativity scenes|
|latest in street performance: the Christmas miracle|
|santa puts the naughty in naughty or nice|
Do you know what there is no shortage of in Rome? Feasts for the eyes. And what better way to celebrate American Thanksgiving than with a feast?
|take your pick: stars and stripes helmet? all white outfit with coordinating green sneakers and green hoodie tied 'round the waist? furiously gestering passenger who is in for a nasty surprise when the light changes and he isn't holding on because he is too busy arguing over whether or not Rick on the Walking Dead was wearing a new shirt? (for the record, I say it was absolutely a new shirt.)|
| having lived here for long enough that I often forget to marvel at the marvels, it makes it all the more spectaluar when i am suddenly hit with a vista such as this.|
|who can turn the world on with her smile?|
|"There is no such thing as a stupid question."|
|I mean, we all see that playpen in the corner, right?|
|i love dogs. rome loves dogs. i love rome.|
|There was a farmer who had a dog and BINGO was his name-o. |
B-I-N-G-O. B-I-N-G-O. B-I-N-G-O.
And BINGO was his name-o.
There was a farmer who had a dog and BINGO was his name-o.
<clap> I-N-G-O. <clap> I-N-G-O. <clap> I-N-G-O...
yeah, I'm seeing a real problem here.
If they wanted to use a visual aid to help them sing the song, they should have used chalk.
|how cute are they with their matching sneakers?|
|street art at the laurentina metro. Your move @graffiti tag THuGGLife|
|parking in America. See the wide open spaces? See the white lines I am not in between?|
|parking it Italy. I am second from the top. That's right. You couldn't slide a piece of paper between those bumpers.|
|parking in Italy...|
|and parking in America. Okay, these two look pretty similar. But only the one in America required a tow-truck.|
|sunset at aurelian wall|
|san felice circeo|
|san felice circeo|
|beaches are empty, water is warm|
|Our dog enjoying the the beautiful weather. With the screens hung, she can't figure out how to get into the house so now she lives on the balcony.|