Joanne Faries, originally from the Philadelphia area, lives in Texas with her husband Ray. She considers herself fortunate to be able to pursue a writing career after eons in the business world. Joanne enjoys reading and movies, and is the film critic for the Little Paper of San Saba.
Italy has a unique elegance.ReplyDelete
Indeed, the historical sites and the people just have a vibeDelete
Ah, Italia through your awesome photos....THANKS! I love vicarious travels.ReplyDelete
what do you want to see in 2015, Sue? Maybe I can get there!! Just work, time, and money - yikes!Delete
I'm glad you put two words in at the bottom! I was wondering where those pictures were taken. (I had forgotten about your vacation.) Very nice!ReplyDelete
thanks. Glad I let some time elapse, so you didn't groan and say "Not Italy, again".Delete
It appears, based on your photos, that every square inch of Italia is a work of art. I'm loving your travel photos.ReplyDelete
Be well, Joanne.
Thanks, Robyn. Indeed, even the food is a work of artDelete
Absolutely gorgeous! How could we ever get tired of your trip with photos like these?! Although I am starting to miss the biker boy!ReplyDelete
ah, biker boy.....'nuff said. (But as Ray reminds me, does biker boy cook? does biker boy fix your car? )Delete
I've been to Italy. It's beautiful and I'd love to go back again.ReplyDelete
Wonderful pictures! I continue to live vicariously through you. :-)ReplyDelete