I decided to create a video that sort of documented my first time in Italy (and my first time in Europe in general) about halfway through the trip. This vid is solely dedicated to my bestie, who kindly showed me around, and is more of a “this is for you” rather than a I-want-about-a-million-views-on-this-vid-like-right-now. I had a lot of fun editing, and even more fun capturing this footage, which is really only about 10% of my overall trip.
My vacay in its entirety deserves its own post. Not sure when I’ll have time this week to rehash it. But it did happen about a month ago, so what’s another few days to wait to share it?
One thought on “Firenze and Roma.”
. We need to stay on the very top of the fight to reverse and miaittge our climate damage. Germany is actually planning to close down all of it’s nuclear power plants and already receives over half of it’s electrical power from solar panels. All large and small private businesses, the govornment, the military, and all other nataions must understand that our very future depends on rapidly creating more and more sustainable industry. Not only is it better for the environment, it is actually better on the budget as well. Just by using a hybrid vehicle, I cut my annual gas expenses from 1.2 k to about $650.00 per year. I also make sure when I am near children and older persons, I drive on the electric motor and produce zero emissions. I learned over the last few years to continue to change and analyze all of my day to day and business behaviors. For example, I work at a home based office and have an environmental office product business. I also use energy star appliances and electronics, cf bulbs, energy efficient windows, a fan rather than an air conditioner at home, and we recycle as well as re-use bathwater to water outdoor plants. As soon as possible and if finances allow, we will install eight solar panels and invest in a Chevy Volt or Nissan Leaf.