Storm in Padova!
I keep opening the edit post page, looking at the blank space, not sure if I should write or not.
I wonder if I should publish so much about my life, going so deep, but it doesn’t feel okay for me to disappear and then just come back. So, while waiting to start following an editorial schedule again, I’ll explain you what’s going on in my life.
First, I don’t mean to throw this blog away. I love it and it’s giving me lot of satisfactions. If you are here for the recipes, please just know that I’ll come back as soon as possible, I love you and I thank you so much for your support. You can stop reading now, if you are not interested in the life part, so you have more time to cook some Brownies or Pasta for you and your loved ones
Now, this is a difficult topic to talk about.
I’ve been involved in so many events during this past few weeks, good ones, bad ones; it feels so strange to write about.
Last time I wrote, I was at my parents’ house in the south of Italy, waiting to know what the future was reserving me. And my future happened and it is not what I expected, at all.
Sunflowers at the Library, Padova
I’d like to cover the whole story, but it feels not like the right moment. To be short, I’m not at my parents’ house anymore. To say the truth I haven’t talk to them in a long time; shit happens, not just in movies or novels. Dan “saved” me and now I’m with him and his parents, the most kind altruistic people in the world. Living with them has taught me a lot. It’s changing me and now I see life with a different eye.
I’ve got myself to enter the Management and Marketing University in Bologna. I was so happy and sad at the same time, because I knew I wanted to study, to (re)start my life, but I couldn’t without my parents’ support, and I can’t have nor I want their support, not anymore.
It’s hard to talk about your parents with such feelings. They are still my family and I hope one day to fix our relationship, but for the moment I just want to build my life without them.