What I love most about Rome is the subtlety by which a day is expected to transpire, living in a pace most comfortable with a joyful person's lifestyle-somewhat slow, yet content. Spirituality may not be defined in every aspect of life there; it is, however, an indelible experience that creates a longing to fill one's heart with delight that is found in forms too plentiful to describe in a mere passage. Maybe it's the churches, even the relics. Perhaps the antiquity displayed in places sometimes too austere for those of us who thrive in a structured environment. But whatever it is- the desire to go back remains as the one true essence of thought.
|Publisher:||String Along Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.28(d)|
About the Author
Rossella C. Yumul's love of writing and travel finally came together with her first book, "My Sicily Scrapbook, Memoir of An Accidental Expat." The book is an honest narrative of her personal exploits borne out of love for art and history. Her objective is to share travel experiences through anecdotal accounts of physical travel, including but not limited to planning itineraries, plus personal tidbits relating to her travels. Her writing entails lessons learned, and insights gained from a factual and practical standpoint. Rossella C. Yumul lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, Ed, and their two beloved pets.