So, what’s been going on around these parts? Well, I’m glad you asked. I’ve just got back from celebrating niece number one’s third birthday (cake and muddy dogs and small children – fabulous) and doing the whole international ‘meet the parents’ thing (which went very well, thank you) in England.
Not content with just one holiday, last night I booked a long weekend in Sweden over Easter. I’ve never been before, so I’m looking forward to to finding out if their coffee and cake are really as good as everyone says.
Then in between all this flitting about I’ve been teaching both in schools and privately, and writing stuff for other people – and to top it all off, the sun’s come out and doesn’t look like it’s going away any time soon. So I’ve got lots to write *about*. I just don’t have much time to *do* it. Sorry about that.
However, DLaM isn’t dead – far from it. So to keep you all occupied while I magic up some extra hours in the day, I’ve written a lovely, long, brand-new piece over at the Teaching House Nomads blog, all about how I learnt to love Italy. We got off to a bit of a shaky start, Italy and me, but now I can’t imagine living anywhere else. And here’s why …