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April 28, 2009


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It took me a while, but I finally read it. Every word. Lovely. And quite a sugar high. I'm dying for a Bicerin right this very moment. Barzini said something along the lines of 'Turin, a chocolate souffle elegantly dusted with a spoonful of poison'. Love the sinister yet pretty aspects you found. Great work and great words Glenn xx

Ro Boetto

Hi. I stunbled on your blog and want to ask if there's any way you could help me get in touch w/my family in Turin. My Great and Great great grandmothers came to Ellis Island together. Since I was VERY young I've wanted nothing but to communucate w/them. I've been drawn to Turin since I was ols enough to understand where MY blood came from. I've never had the means to GO there but would be ecstatic if I could just write them even. But I don't know how to find them. I'm not adopted or any drama like that,so I'm sure they'd be receptive to my reaching out. This is part of a spiritual journey and the only missing piece of myself. I didn't understand till recently just HOW imperitive it is for my journey through this life that it TRULY is.
Thank you so much for the beautiful pictures od places that seem so familiar but I've never viewed before.

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