It will be our last vacation in two, and, in a way, it is the closing of a cycle - before opening a new one. We know that in a few weeks nothing will be as before, and even when we’ll leave Baby to the grandpas to rediscover the thrill of a week-end or a short vacation in two, there will always be a third one (and perhaps a forth one, and a fifth one) accompanying us in our hearts and in our minds.
Used to fill our backpacks, catch a plane, and explore every corner of the world we could reach, from Morocco to Gabon, from Sao Tome to Arizona and Utah, from Yucatan to Iceland, and Alaska, and Colombia, and Ladakh, and many many other destinations, the destination of this vacation - an agritourismo in Umbria within the ‘two-hours-from-Rome’ safety distance - may not appear particularly exotic.
Well, that’s life, and we’ll try to get the most out of it. Here below are our resolutions for this vacation:
- Write or call friends we haven’t heard from for long time;
- Read the book that has been on my bedside table for the past six months;
- Choose the pictures of our wedding we want to print out;
- Choose Baby’s name;
and of course spend good time together and stay well together.
Because the basis for building a life in three, is to have a solid life in two.