I am touched to see so many nice comments on recent posts! Life has gotten interesting (and very busy) for me – whether it’s gaining the perspective that comes from being a father, blowing through 45 and rapidly approaching 46, or wrestling with the whole “what do I want to do with my life” question, which seems like it ought to have been settled by now, and maybe is, but I don’t recognize it. In any case, the weird thing is, I can go to giuliettas dot com, and see that I did something once, something creative, something funny and meaningful to a few people, and then I realize, it is not over, I am just in the midst of a rather lengthy pause to catch my breath and think of something else to say.
My family in a tree in Costanoa Ca. Sometimes you get lucky and take a decent picture.
Tomorrow at noon I leave for 17 days in Europe, 13 of which will be in Italy. I have a fantasy that I will find a 1964 or 65 105 series GT in some falling down stone barn in Gubbio or one of the other towns we visit (though I am pretty sure it will not happen in Cinque Terre), I’ll buy it and ship it home, and will suddenly be back to enthusiastic about classic Alfa sports cars and post all the time here. Could happen I suppose, I’m about due for a change of distraction.
Anyone in central Italy want to meet the Hamiltons? We are flying in to Geneva, spending a few days in Annecy, driving to Gubbio, then backtracking through Florence, Tuscany, Cinque Terre and ultimately back to Geneva and home.
Rufus is a happy fun little guy.