Monthly Archives: March 2021

Celebrating Women’s History–With a Gift for You!

Happy Women’s History Month! We have a few days left to celebrate the many ways that women contribute to our world. To celebrate, I’d like to offer you a free chapter about a remarkable Venetian woman: Giulia Lama. Her work … Continue reading

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From the Founding of Venice to the Present

Happy Founders Day! Today marks the anniversary of the creation of Venice, attributed to March 24 in the year 421 at noon. This day coincides with the Feast of the Annunciation and the founding of the church of San Giacomo … Continue reading

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More Puzzle Therapy #5

I almost finished filling in the restaurant, and I finally got all those shutters above the olive oil shop. Can you guess what is that red thing below the bridge?

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More Puzzle Therapy #4

Seating area and night sky, and lots of bunches of flowers.

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Your Challenge: Name the Lions

We’ve heard of famous duos: Laurel & Hardy, Abbot & Costello, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum. Or trios like “see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.” So what would you name this group of lions: Panting, Drooling, and … Continue reading

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More Puzzle Therapy #3

The bridge was fun to figure out. And the tables and chairs weren’t too hard.

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More Puzzle Therapy #2

The words are the easiest things to figure out first.

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More Puzzle Therapy #1

Here I go again–starting a new puzzle!

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In Casanova’s Footsteps: Rome–The Church of Trinità dei Monti

“At seventeen or eighteen years of age, Mariuccia was tall, had a very good carriage, and seemed carved by the chisel of Praxiteles. She was fair, but her fairness was not that of a blonde, which with its unrelieved brilliance … Continue reading

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