Un Altro Premio…e questo per Stile!

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Allora, Valerie da Living Out of the Box mi ha fatto un altro dono con il premio Style Blogger Award!!!  Non so` cosa dire….non ci sono parole per esprimere come sono stata contenta a ricevere questi complimenti.  Grazie, cara Valerie, per questi onori!!!  Forse ti sei ricordata del mio post che trattava del stile Italiano e com’e` importante per gli italiani a fare la bella figura (Fare La Bella Figura)? 

Per ricevere questo premio, devo ancora rivelare dei segreti, ma siccome gli ho gia` rivelati sul post precedente, non ho nient’altro d’aggiungere altro che dire che uno dei peccati piu` grosso della mia vita e` stato di non insegnare alla mie figlie come parlare l’italiano 😦  Sono stata pigra quando erano piccole e non capivo l’importanza d’imparare un’altra lingua.  Se potrei rifare una cosa, sarebbe proprio questa.  Scusatemi, care figlie, per la mia pigrezza 😦

Con questo premio, vorrei condiverlo con ancora degli altri che, per me, hanno un bel stile con i loro blog.

French Kissed e` uno di quei blogs che ti da tanta inspirazione per rifare tutta la casa!!! 

Bardot in Blue per la sua vita a Parigi!  Non c’e niente piu` “chic” che vivere in quella bellisima citta`!

Polideuce per le sue foto che fa quando esce “fuori delle porte”!!  Hanno un stile meraviglioso e cattura l’essenza del paessaggio, castello, chiesa…qualsiasi cosa che scatta!

Transient Expression per il suo blog che da molte idee sulla moda e come mettere insieme tanti stili per sempre guardare “chic”.  Sul suo blog ho trovato un modello per una gonna che e` fantastica 🙂

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So Valerie, from Living Out of the Box, has given me the gift of yet another award:  Style Blogger Award!!  I don’t know what to say….I don’t have the words to express how happy I am to receive these compliments.  Thank you, dear Valerie, for these honors!!  Perhaps you remembered my post that spoke about Italian Style and Making a Good Impression?

To receive this award, I have to once again reveal some secrets.  But since I already revealed them in my previous post, I have nothing to add except to say that the biggest regret of my life has been to have not taught my daughters how to speak Italian 😦  I was lazy when they were young and I didn’t understand the importance of learning another language.  If I could redo one thing, it would be exactly this.  Please forgive me, my dear daughters, for my laziness 😦

With this award, I would like to share it with some others that, for me, show a grand style with their blogs.

French Kissed is one of those blogs that gives you so much inspiration to redo everything in the home!!

Bardot in Blue for her life in Paris! There is nothing more “chic” than living in that beautiful city!

Polideuce for his photos that he takes when he ventures “outside the door”!  They have a marvelous style and he captures the essence of the landscape, castle, church…whatever thing he snaps!

Transient Expressions for her blog that gives lots of fashion ideas on how to put things together for a stylish look.  On her blog, I found the pattern for a fantastic skirt!

3 responses »

  1. Ciao, Barbara! Don’t we wish we all knew the importance of languages when we were younger. As I sat down to my first French exam in nearly 30 years today, I wondered, WHY didn’t I enjoy this so much back then? Now? It seems like so much fun, but it’s definitely harder to learn as we get older. Yet, as beautiful as the French language is … mi manca italianooooooo! Io devo sentirlo ogni giorno. Grazie per questo post!

  2. Hi Barbara…forgive my tardy reply as the busy holiday push has kept me from visiting my blogging friends. Thanks so much for the award and the mention. It has been such a delight to discover your blog. Love all of the Italian inspiration as it figures prominently into all that moves and inspires me. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

    ~jermaine

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