I’ve been sorting pictures from Italy, Getting them off my phone and camera, changing the names by date.
In the olden days, we’d get our film developed, take out all the good pictures, show thrm around, maybe put them in a photo album. The not so good pictures would be left in the envelope and eventually end up in a trunk in the attic or basement, or the garbage.
Nowadays, the not so good pics get deleted, the ok pictures get saved on a disc somewhere, the favorites get posted online. It seems worse, like the pictures don’t physically exist. If humanity ever descends back to the dark ages, and I’m sure it will, the digital age of humans will be lost. For example, do you have data on 3.5 inch discs in your closet? I do. Do you have a device that can read a 3.5 inch disc? I don’t. VHS tapes? We’re losing data even in our lifetimes.
In many ways, the old way was better. Hard copies.
I’m ready to go to work this morning. I mean, I’m dressed and prepared, mentally, I’m not ready.
I think I’m still jet lagged.
Oh well, I’ll make the best of it.
Some Rome pictures, as a reminder.
View from our last hotel, Rome Park Marriott
On our way home! Shuttle bus to airport, plane ride, quick shopping trip at Dolphin Mall in Miami, another plane ride, car ride and we’ll be HOME! Italy was great! We’ll be back!
Yesterday we saw THE David. The original. David who killed Goliath.
Quite impressive. I guess he’s about 20 feet tall.
Below is a photo a famous statue and David.
Lots of other art too.
Yesterday we climbed up a dome. I forget the name right now. Many steps and twisty stairs.
Travlin’ Tim is getting pretty seasoned.
Today we leave Florence for Rome. Tomorrow we fly home.
I a very few minutes we leave for the airport. To Italy.
I hate leaving Cayman, although I look forward to Italy.
I feel like there is no better place on earth than right here right now. But going to Italy is better than having to go to work!!
I’m ready to go!
Today, tomorrow, Sunday, wake up Monday and go to Italy!
I am ready to go!
Today is my last workday, It has been my experience, that on the days I want to take it easy, it doesn’t happen.
My wife packed last night! Thats the signal I was waiting for!
I think my scooter is totaled. $600 to repair a $2500 (new) bike…
Time to go, not to Italy, to work.
Have a good day and weekend!