“Transfer syndrome”

I don’t know whether to laugh or cry, but I really think I have to do something about it, because either I start dating only guys who have always wanted to move and can’t… becoming their darling. Or I risk being the founder of a bad abandonment syndrome.

The transfer syndrome.

Any advice?

Through The Mirror

At first I thought it was a nice coincidence.

Then, always a coincidence, but a little less nice.

Now I’m starting to seriously think that I have some sort of anathema launched by some gypsy or by Cupid himself, because for a calculation of probabilities, what is possible in your opinion that all – and I mean all – the guys with whom I start a slightly more serious date , suddenly have to move?

It all started when I was in my second year of university, my big push and pull decided to visit me in Rome (a long-distance story was already starting) to tell me that he has enlisted and will soon be transferred to Iraq. There and then I thought he was making fun of me, but he instead invited me to the oath and to the airport, where I didn’t go. And when he returned…

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Classics: “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz”

“Some people without brains do an awful lot of talking, don’t you think?”
― Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Through The Mirror

Not everyone knows that “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” is just one of fourteen books in a saga.


I discovered it only a few years ago while doing research for my degree thesis on trans media storytelling.

Oz is in fact one of the first worlds to have been created in expansion on different platforms: novels, of course, comics, cartoons, video games, board games, films, even inspired TV series, theatrical musicals. Each product is an integral part of the world created by L. Frank Braum, and each new mediation gives us a new glimpse of the narrative universe of Oz.

So, if you loved the most famous and well-known of the saga, the one with the silver shoes (which in the film are red!) To be clear, know that you have thirteen others to stay in the enchanted emerald world.

A lot of people believe that it is a…

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“Desire for a change…”

I decided to change my look. But since between budget and time I can't go to the hairdresser even in the yellow area, I'll do it again on the blog …New fonts, new theme, new colors….how about? There are actually many things that I would like to change right now. I'm in smartworking. Many think … Continua a leggere “Desire for a change…”

“Around ROME with ‘Angels & Demons'”

Maybe, when we will be covid free….

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“From Santi’s earthly tomb with demon’s hole,
‘Cross Rome the mystic elements unfold.
The path of light is laid, the sacred test,
Let angels guide you on your lofty quest.”[1]

I have lived in Rome for 20 years (after 10 spent at the Castelli), so I think I know it quite well; above all because every time some friend or relative comes from outside I am hired as Cicero, so even if somewhere I had escaped by myself, I certainly recovered her as a group. Rome is huge, so I’m sure there are still hidden areas, but I know the central part, the most “popular” part.

“Science and religion are not at odds. Science is simply too young to understand.”[2]

Why do I make this premise? Because of the book I read six Springs ago, but only in this March I convinced myself to follow step by step…

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“Bonjour les &nfants”

I was attracted by the plot: a mix of psychological thriller and romantic romance, and I must say that, unlike the birthplace, the author did not fail my expectations!

Through The Mirror


<< A little girl had died in terrible circumstances. Without anyone hearing her, she had walked several flights of stairs, she opened doors, a window…. The omission of control was obvious. >>[1]

When I was a child, I was incredibly fascinated by France, I don’t know why, but I was almost obsessed with it, I often dreamed of going for a walk in the vineyards, to walk through the Champs Elise’s, to paint on the river, and to taste the fine French cheeses.

When I finally flew to Paris at 13, I have to say I was a bit disappointed, maybe the expectations were too high, or I was unlucky, because I met a lot of rude people, I found bad food and very cold and rainy weather despite it being late July.

In any case, with the cheese and wines excluded, the passion and charm…

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“«To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.»- Aldous Huxley”

  I miss traveling so much, that despite being very backward with the English part, despite being writing little lately and relying mostly on the reblog, I decided to add a new topic. It is a perversion of life to make more and more commitments than necessary, to start new projects while not having closed … Continua a leggere “«To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.»- Aldous Huxley”