Who am I?
I recently spent several years in Italy–my son was born there–but this is not my first brush with la dolce vita. Although I’m American, I was born in Rome, studied abroad in Florence and have visited Italy many times as a tourist. My Italian citizenship is the next step. However, studying abroad is a uniquely liminal experience, and this blog chronicles my experiences living as the Italians do, with all the inherent joys and frustrations of an new mother (and expat) living abroad. I’m now back in the U.S. and am still writing about the time I spent in Italy. This blog is also about embracing a different way of life and making sure to stop and enjoy the cappuccinos.
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