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💒M’s Week & a Jaw Dropping Art Museum

What were you grateful for this week? My legs, I met a man who was in a wheelchair for 15 yrs of his life. Makes me grateful to walk around everywhere and anywhere I want. 

What was the most difficult or challenging part of this week? Crying babies and learning to be patient with them. 

Tell us about a "wow" moment you had this week.  I will take the little twins out for a walk in their stroller when they are being fussy to give the family a break for a little while. 

Tell us about your week!  Ok so on Wednesday, K and I went to Lake Arona, a little town about 30 min by train ride from us. It was so cute! We walked through the streets and passed really cute cafes, and shops. In one alley way we went through they had TONS of colorful hanging umbrellas going down the whole street. So cool! We then walked to a little beach area and laid out, and then got dinner at this cute restaurant where they had hanging chairs for you to sit in with old 50s music. It was so relaxing! 

For the weekend we went to Florence and stayed in a really nice hostel that was really close to everything. We saw this really cool cathedral that was white, a soft green, and this salmon pink. Sounds weird but it was one of the most beautiful buildings I’ve ever seen!

We then went to this famous lookout point where they were having a Gelato festival!! Ahh! But the lookout point was outstanding, the sun was setting and you got this unreal view of all of Florence. And when it got dark all the lights lit up! I have never seen a view like that before! 

We then got dinner at this tiny little restraunt where we ate this yummy pasta with potato cream! 😋😋 the next day we walked through this jaw dropping art museum! And then got paninis! It was all so amazing!!! 

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