There is some good in this world and it is worth fighting for

There is some good in this world and it is worth fighting for

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15 thoughts on “There is some good in this world and it is worth fighting for

  1. Wonderful photos, a look at the bliss of the Italian cuisine and countryside…and then finished off with a beautiful and sensual poem. Excellent Luana, enjoy your weekend.

  2. “Enchant, stay beautiful and graceful, but do this, eat well. Bring the same consideration to the preparation of your food as you devote to your appearance. Let your dinner be a poem, like your dress….”

    A simple salad can be a poem if only we want to, if we prepare it with love and for whom we love…and a sensual poem can be even more…such a complicated territory, isn’t it?

  3. Your photos are incredible of course. But it is the way you arrange them and your sense of beauty that makes the whole experience… I have been looking for an antique red plate like this one forever. I have blue, I have green, I have brown and black, but I cannot for the life of me find the exact red that I need. 🙂 I so love your blog and your attitude about life my dear friend 🙂

  4. And you are always so kind, Stephané – of course! The antique red plate in the picture is an Enoch Wedgwood (Tunstall) Ltd. Marked England trademark founded in 1835…genuine hand engraving….while the blu one is Royal Copenhagen…My little treasures! Such a fun going to search for them, isn’t it??
    We have this common love for each other’s blogs & life concept since more than two years already, I think it’s a beautiful thing, and I thank you for the constant attention and appreciation. Maybe one day soon we’ll visit your B&B and we can meet in person. I just sent the link of your site to a dear friend of mine in search for a special place…Who knows, maybe you’ll meet her before 🙂 (I’ll let you know more about it). Till then, I wish you a wonderful week ahead.
    Cheers 🙂

    • It’s just an accident that we happen to be on earth, enjoying our silly little moments, distracting ourselves as often as possible so we don’t have to really face up to the fact that, you know, we’re just temporary people with a very short time in a universe that will eventually be completely gone. And everything that you value, whether it’s Shakespeare, Beethoven, Da Vinci, or whatever, will be gone. The earth will be gone. The sun will be gone. There’ll be nothing. The best you can do to get through life is distraction.
      Love works as a distraction. And work works as a distraction. You can distract yourself a billion different ways. But the key is to distract yourself.

      Woody Allen
      (in the new issue of Esquire)

      So I do distract myself. (You just have to………..- Yes, you just have to….)

      • Good evening my dear, thank you for the visit. I am sure you do distract yourself less or more in the same way 🙂

        Wish you a wonderful evening,
        Luana

      • I probably do! 🙂

        Warm greetings to you from sunny Bonn, just got back from a long stay in Norway…

      • Oh:)…the summer starts inviting you in Norway, correct?? in Italy feels like summer since a good while (especially when I hear the gardner messing up underneath my terasse, saving me from the wild grass and snails like now for example…::)
        Wish you a wonderful day and a wonderful season ahead, wherever you are:)

      • More or less, yes. Lots of family things going,young William had his confirmation my mum turned 80 and then we celebrated Norway: 200 years of the constitution and … 🙂
        The weather was grand! And we are having a faint heat wave in the Rhine Valley at the moment, not bad.
        Hope you’re all fine and enjoying life.
        Dina xo

      • My best Bday wishes for your mum, and of course, best wishes for one of the most civilised countries in the world!
        I am just fine (especially now that life just happened to me):)
        A big hug for all of you,
        Luana

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