July 5, 2012

Arrivederci!


Memorable adventures, wonderful friends, stunning sunsets, intense flavors, too many potholes, gorgeous beaches, active volcanoes :: three amazing years in Sicily, which have flown by way too quickly. We are sad to bid farewell to such a special place, but also eager to see what experiences are waiting for us in Washington, D.C. 

Arrivederci for now! 

11 comments:

stacyq said...

Thank you for sharing your adventures in Italy. It's been lovely to follow along ;)


Stacy from Florida and formerly of Ireland (and I still miss it!)

Lisa @ Gone With The Family said...

I'm sure it's a bittersweet time for your family but there will be lots of new adventures waiting for you in your new home!

Karen said...

Civediamo presto! See you in the District. (How has it been 3 years since we left Italy?! Can't believe you been and are now gone!)

The Jiu Jiu said...

Thanks so much for bringing me along for the ride (so to speak)! Sicily will always be with you & in you... They say you can't go home again, but now is the time to start looking forward to new adventures and new memories. Welcome to the DC metro area...! :-)

likeschocolate said...

Wishing you all the best on your new adventures.

Dawn Suzette said...

What a wonderful collection of memories... hard to belive it has really been three years! You have captured so much beauty with your lens and your heart.
Looking forward to your D.C. experience...

Allison said...

I'm sure it's hard to leave, but you'll have many memories, souvenirs and traditions to take with you to your new home. Good luck in D.C.!

Anonymous said...

Knowing you guys, there will be more adventures in DC. Can't wait to read about them.

Maybe we can even get to visit this time around. Trying to work in a vacation to Williamsburg and DC in the next 12-18 months.

Jan

The Solley Five said...

We've just landed in the US this week and i can't get over it. It's fascinating every time I come back. I can't wait for us to be in the same land for at least 6 months. At least you know you made the most of your Italy time- you went over every nook and cranny. That's the incredibleness of you and your family.

Laurie said...

Can't wait to follow your DC adventures...actually thinking of bringing little bit for her first DC experience next summer...would be fun to meet up!

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