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Venice: My favorite photo

Thursday, November 30th, 2006

This is one of my favorite photos from Italy. I took it on our first night in Venice. We were walking from our hostel back to Campo Santa Margherita in search of dinner and whatever else the Venetian evening had in store for us.

How Frankie spent most of our family vacations (this is sure to generate some comments!)

Tuesday, November 28th, 2006


Yes, crying. Because he always wanted to do something that he was not exactly suited for, like man the video camera or, in this instance, go scuba diving. On this sad and horrible day, we were at John Pennekamp State Park in Key Largo, Florida. Our (much) older cousins were preparing to go scuba diving. Frankie wanted to go, too, and when he was told that he couldn’t, well, you can see here what happened.

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How to leave comments on our blog

Monday, November 27th, 2006
It seems that since our blog has taken on this fancy new look, some of our readers (namely our parents) have had difficulties in leaving comments. Readers' comments make for some of the best entertainment this blog has to ... [Continue reading this entry]

Vatican City

Saturday, November 25th, 2006
On our last full day in Italy, Felicia and I got up early to head over to Vatican City. We wanted to be in line before the Vatican Museums opened at 8:45am. Along with Gleidi, one of ... [Continue reading this entry]


Sunday, November 19th, 2006
Here we are, more than a month since our return from Italy, and I still haven’t finished writing everything. That’s the problem with post-trip blogging: real life tends to get in the way. After we left Florence, we spent ... [Continue reading this entry]

David and saying good-bye to Florence

Monday, November 6th, 2006
Our last day in Florence was spent anxiously awaiting our admission to Galleria dell’Accademia to finally see David in all his marbley, naked whiteness. I have to say, it was worth the wait. First of all, David ... [Continue reading this entry]