Beautiful Rome

Hello everyone, I hope you’re all having a wonderful day
It’s day 2 in Rome and today was amazing Yesterday was so hard with almost no sleep and hot weather, but today it is completely different 😀

Today we went on the Hop on Hop off bus (total of 3 times, lol) and we visited the Coliseum ♡♡♡ which was so tragically beautiful (even amazing and you must see it at least once).

After the Coliseum, we rested a bit at the hotel and went with the same bus to see the Trevi Fountain (apparently it was so close to our hotel that we went back by foot). The fountain was truly beautiful and amazing to see (you must see it). Hubby had to drag me away, lol, I just wanted to stay there forever ❤

We found tons of places that make Gluten Free Pizza and spaghetti ♡ I ate spaghetti Bolognese which was so so yummy But for dinner I bought a salad with some walnuts and hubby got a sandwich and fries.
Now… We are both exhausted after this day and with full tummies and aching feet, we are ready to sleep and dream of Ancient Rome 😉

Have a wonderful day and thank you so much for reading ❤


🎉 We’re Flying To Rome 🎉

Hello, everyone, it’s Friday  🙂 I hope you are all having the perfect day  ❤ But if you are struggling, know that I’m thinking of you and wishing you a wonderful Day and a great weekend.

For me, things are very much the same as before, busy with lots of doctors appointments for my mom, writing, editing and organizing our home. However, we are also packing and starting to get ready (and excited) for our trip to Rome (just before the holidays starts). My brain is in Italy Brain Fog, lol. I can’t really concentrate and the excitement is started to build up 😀

Rome, Coffee n' Notes

Seeing Italy has always been one of the dream places I wanted to see and I can’t believe that we are going there (OMG). I want to see everything, eat the food, see the sites and look at shops. So much inspiration awaits for us  😉 I debated with myself if I should bring books with me, but after a lot of thought, I thought to bring 533 books, lol. I’m bringing my Tablet that has the Kindle app in it ❤

I’m also bringing a notebook (or two) with tons of pens and highlighters (the writer in me must have pens and highlighters, hehe).

Divider, Coffee n' Notes

I read that Italy is very aware of celiac and of people who just can’t eat Gluten. How cool are they?! So, unlike London, I am hoping to find cool places to eat gluten-free food  😀

My To Do’s (Or… My To Remember)

  1. Organizing our home so we will get back to a clean and nice house  😉
  2. Started packing our carry-on bags and made a list of things I want to pack in our suitcases.
  3. Buy a few thing I need: Like painkiller for the flight (my ears hurt a lot while take-off and landing) and some little things to take with me on the plane. BTW, if you have any tips for ears hurting while the plane takes off and lands, don’t forget to list these tips in the comments below.
  4. Go over our list of sites we want to visit and prices.
  5. I’ve made sure I have enough food for Menta (our dog) and other things she’ll need, so I can bring it all to the Vet on Saturday where she will be for almost a week. I’m a bit nervous about that but I guess she will have a mini doggy vacation of her own 😀

I will post a lot of pics on my Instagram and Twitter, so keep your eyes on my social media  😉

As always, thank you so much for reading  ❤

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Book Review: Blue Sun Yellow Sky

Aww, such a great book to read, loved it (thanks hun) 🙂

The Reading Bud


AuthorJamie Hoang 
Release: December 11th 2014
Series: None
Genre: Travel | Adult
Edition: Kindle
Publisher: Self-published
Source: Author
Buy it here: Amazon


Hailed as “One of the best technical painters of our time” by an L.A. Times critic, 27-year-old Aubrey Johnson is finally gaining traction with her work. But as she weaves through what should be a celebration of her art, a single nagging echo of her doctor’s words refuses to stay silent—there is no cure. In less than eight weeks Aubrey is going blind.

Traveling on a one-way ticket around the world with childhood friend Jeff Anderson, Aubrey is in complete denial. But a blindfolded game of tasting foreign foods in China jolts her into confronting the reality of her situation. So begins her quest.

In this adult coming-of-age story, Aubrey struggles to make sense of her crippling diagnosis. But…

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