Here’s a holiday post from last year that never gets old! Enjoy…
For most, this definitely has to be one of the busiest weeks of the year. With traveling, last minute shopping, gift wrapping and Christmas festivity prepping, it’s kind of crazy to digest that when this week is over, it will already be a new year. Time just flies by, so it is best to enjoy it while you can. If you haven’t been to Italy, I highly recommend Rome during the holidays. Although very chilly, it is so romantic and captivating. You can even attend mass in Vatican City with the Pope, instead of watching it on television. Italy is truly one of my favorite countries. It represents the best of fashion, food, and a myriad of art history. Most of these photos were taken in Rome, with a few shots in Umbria. Wherever you are spending this last week of 2010, I’m wishing you all peace, joy, love and blessings this holiday season and always.
a Sassicaia kind of Christmas
In layers with the Spanish Steps behind me
Merry Caviar -mas
A lot of Porking out on Christmas
our all-natural, organic garden picked table decorations
Homemade Tortellini Chicken Soup
Valentino on Via Condotti, Rome
Panettone – Traditional Christmas Bread Loaf
Happy New Year! Absolutely love Rome any time of the year..
As much as I appreciate all the food pics, I think my #1 pic of the bunch is you in the snuggie. LOL Merry Christmas Ms Food Fashionista!
Merry Christmas!!!!! Nice photos as always.
Nice photos Mika. Those artichokes look so yummy.I love rome too.
Happy New Year to you too Luxeat!
Glad you enjoyed the pic of me in the Snuggilio Italian couture ;-D. Merry Christmas to you too.
Thank you Martha! I have so many more photos of Italy, but just shared a few in this post. Merry Merry to you as well.
The artichokes were some of the best I’ve ever eaten. So much good food in Italy. Thanks for your comment. 😀