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From New York to Firenze… Una storia d’amore.

The Elephant's Trunk

Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge) in Firenze, Italy
Image used with permission by photographer

My husband Dan had recently been offered a two-year assignment in the Firenze branch office of his company. It was the opportunity of a lifetime which couldn’t have come at a more inconvenient point in our lives. We’d been married for six years and now a few loose ends were starting to fall into place for us.

After months of gut-wrenching indecision, we believed the time was right to start a family; the spectacular apartment overlooking Central Park became available and our bid was accepted; my art gallery had taken off and was written up inAesthetica Magazine,drawing the attention of the world-famous artist Klaus Voormann who stopped by one day out of the blue. I was shocked when he proposed the idea of exhibiting one of his original drawings for a month or two and…

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” The eternal part of our being is conscious of the timeless essence of life & is aware that the past is nothing but a memento of the present and tomorrow a dream of the now. The very thing meditating & singing from within, remains always inside the boundaries of the primordial instant that scattered the stars into the cosmos.” Kh.Gibran

4 responses »

    • I insist. The privilege was all mine, Nancy.
      A rare gift you have given me.❣

      (And to anyone reading this, my reaction to Nancy’s story for my photograph is written at her blog.
      Do yourselves a solid and visit Nancy’s place and you will be treated with premium quality stories; but most important is the heart and soul poured into the creation of the ink of the Sicilian Storytelller).

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