Archive for ‘Italiano’
4 January 2010
For a long time now we have spent new year with a particular group of friends. It’s getting to the stage where it just wouldn’t feel like new year without them. You might remember that we went to Florence one year and last year we went to Whitby (yeah, you can hold your ’sublime to [...]
Filed under: Italiano, Mulch — Clare @ 3:52 pm
28 July 2006
We’re home – welcomed at the door by the cat who has since not left my side (aw – she missed me!). And now we have chores, chores, chores to look forward to.
Tomorrow we gird our loins and visit the allotment.
In the meantime, I have uploaded our holiday photos here so you can finally [...]
Filed under: Holiday postcards, Italiano, Mulch — Clare @ 8:18 pm
25 July 2006
Back again! Since I wrote last we have cycled ridiculously huge distances (around 25km yesterday in stupid heat); we’ve sweated gallons (most of it during our cycle trip yesterday!); we got a bit sunburnt (in spite of lashings of factor 25 sun cream); we’ve visited a 7,000 year old frozen corpse called Otzi; been [...]
Filed under: Holiday postcards, Italiano — Clare @ 3:42 pm
20 July 2006
A brief message as we take refuge from the 40° heat in Trento.
We are staying in the wonderful Agritur La Decima, where our hosts Elena and Giuseppe could not be more helpful or friendly. The plan with this holiday was to stay in the mountains because we thought it would be a bit cooler [...]
Filed under: Holiday postcards, Italiano — Clare @ 3:07 pm
11 May 2006
Having survived my Italian exam without sounding too much like an idiot (though it did feel like the longest 12 minutes of my life) I treated myself by hot-footing it down to the allotment and dragging my long-suffering assistant with me. Tonight’s project? The frame for the climbing beans.
I’d popped down earlier to [...]
Filed under: Baby plants, Blue Peter corner, Italiano, Sowings, Today's Bible — Clare @ 9:27 pm
11 May 2006
Today I have a day off work which has actually coincided with gorgeous sunshiney weather. Alas, I have a day off work because I have my Italian oral exam in the early evening.
Still, I have been taking advantage of the conditions to plant out my strawberries in the garden while practising my presentation: “Vorrei [...]
Filed under: Hard labour, Italiano — Clare @ 3:09 pm
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