How Will We Live Without It? When I began my research for the story of water in Sicily, I had in mind a different sort of theme, one of selfish indifference, environmental disregard and unimagined consequences. After all what could be more telling of the situation here than a hurried
For this month's Naked Truth, a never before published short story of real events which never happened but had they, they might've gone something like this.
Enough with the garbage debate already! Continuing my post last week in which I started a series on things we've found in Sicily to be subordinate to the American way of life. This one begs the question, is it really? In previous posts my only consideration for what belongs on
Many things shape our coming to Sicily, but one near and dear to our hearts is the incredible opportunities to get outside and take an aimless walk.
Presenting a series on a few things we found in our move from America to Sicily that made us see red, and occasionally white and blue.
America is well-known as the land of innovation, but we’ve found here in Sicily a few things that seem to be of much more superior design.
A 12km hike around Lake Ancipa in the Nebrodi National Park of Sicily offers a wonderful, relaxing and often unpeopled trekking experience.
How the poem Eros Turannos helped me see beyond the death of my father and understand better the joy and happenstance of sharing a life together.
Our monthly catch-all more specific to the trials, errors and revelations of a couple of unfinished, aspiring expats moving to Sicily.
We'd done everything we could to be prepared so that I could swiftly and efficiently take up Italian residency. Why did this seem harder than it should be?
Our life in Sicily is not that different from our life in America in that we arrived here with the same passion to be part of a community.