Ciao carissima Chiara! I'm so sorry for this late reply! :( I've been so busy with work and university. It's exams period D:
How is the situation currently in Italy?
My native town is 2 hours and a half far away from where I live now. It feels strange to live on my own. I miss my family a lot :/ But I guess that can prepare me if I want to go abroad to make a postgrade in the future.
How have you been? What's new in there? Baci e abbracci per te ^^
Oh well, at the moment I will write you as soon as I can from office's computer, till I get my new netbook, so I can write you so often :) I'm so happy that you had a great time on your birthday and I'm happier that you got nice presents :D
I'm also worried about the situation in Japan and in Libya. I hope nothing bad happens. And please, in any case, stay safe Chiara!
I'm good, thanks. I just got back to work this morning and last Tuesday I got back to university :) I hope this year be good and not so stressing. By the way, I will moving in to a new city. My family will go to my native town and I will be able to see them at the weekends, because I have to live closer to college.
Ciao cara Ciara! Well, my computer is not working properly yet, but I can write you from the office where I work, so I will try to stay in touch as much as I can. The mimosas are very nice :) Thanks for the picture!
Oh, and I'm so sorry! I missed your birthday :( I hope you have had a great time and that you enjoyed a lot. My best wishes and please, forgive me for missing it. Ruth
Come va? Carina la pagina che ti sei fatta, mi piace molto il colore e lo stile della scrittura :) non preoccuparti per la risposta in ritardo, non ci sono problemi, il video nonostante me l'aspettavo totalmente diverso non mi dispiace anzi più lo vedo e più mi piace, ma ho notato che a vari fans non ha fatto impazzire, e a te è piaciuto?...
I am alive and well, as is my family and home. Unfortunately, some of my friends can no longer go home but they are all alive which is all that matters. Everyday the death toll is rising and the damage to the city is being seen as worse but slowly our city is getting it's water and electricity back. We are all working hard to rebuild the city.
There have been some sad and terrifying stories come out of this but also some beautiful ones. It happened at lunch time while I was at college. All of the girls screamed and everybody dived under tables or anything they could find. The roof started splitting over my friend so we made him come to us. After the shaking stopped, we all ran outside and saw the path was in pieces and pillars holding up the building were cracked so we all went to the car park where a water pipe had burst so it was flooding so we all went to the field when another big earthquake happened and water shot out of the ground. The hundreds of us all stayed out on the field for hours and we started hearing news of buildings falling down and people dying, we couldn't leave and we didn't know what to do. One by one, our parents and friends picked us up and took us home. I got home and turned on the T.V. and saw that our city icon, the Cathedral, had fallen. Then they started talking of people that had died. I wanted to cry.
My friend and her brother and sister rang to say they couldn't go home, the road had been shut off my rocks so they stayed the night at ours as more aftershocks hit. We all watched the news and saw the bad news. It was so sad. Their family finally got out of their house area and came over with their dog, mum, dad and three little sisters. They all left after they felt a bit better.
Thank you so much for your thoughts, it means a lot. Take care.