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Happy Thanksgiving from Girl in Florence

funny thanksgiving pictures (5)

funny thanksgiving pictures (5)

While I honestly can’t remember the last time I actually spent Thanksgiving with my family, tis the life of a maybe-forever expat, I do however still value the holiday – or rather any day that prompts you to reflect on the things you should be grateful for. Personally, I truly feel thankful to have so many amazing people in my world, a career path I adore and a life that keeps on surprising me, especially this year.

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Also , it goes without saying {but of course I will still say it} – I am very very grateful for this blog and for the people who take time out of their day, their life, to actually read it. I never imagined to have more than a few family members and friends following this blog and this year has been such an amazing experience. It has really motivated me to continue writing, sharing – and most of all, experiencing. This involves a huge sacrifice of drinking tons of wine and eating a plethora of wonderful food. So again, Thank you for enjoying Girl in Florence and supporting me on this blogging journey that I hope continues forever…

Or as long as Italy doesn’t kick me out anytime soon {anyone have questura connections?}. 

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  1. bakeritalia
    28.11.2013 at 18:33

    Happy Thanksgiving, we had our first in Italy and the birds were most impressive, however, I’m not as fast at blogging!

    1. ggnitaly84
      29.11.2013 at 13:36

      Well you have to experience before you blog so don’t you worry :). What did you guys do for Turkey day?

      1. bakeritalia
        29.11.2013 at 14:37

        We had the day Villa I Tatti- I finally posted! 🙂

  2. Robyn Smith
    28.11.2013 at 22:49

    I’m an Australian so Thanksgiving isn’t one of the holidays we celebrate but I am thankful for this wonderful blog that takes me in my imagination to my favourite city in the world. I can’t wait to be back. Only 4 more weeks to go … but I’m not counting 🙂

    1. ggnitaly84
      29.11.2013 at 13:35

      Thank you Robyn! Your words mean a lot, I fantasize about visiting Australia 🙂

  3. Bob Blesse
    29.11.2013 at 4:59

    Thank you for your wonderful, interesting, and sometimes provocative blog. I’m a new subscriber and I enjoyed it very much. Grazie!

    1. ggnitaly84
      29.11.2013 at 13:34

      Thank you so much Bob!

  4. bobblesse
    29.11.2013 at 5:00

    Thank you for your wonderful blog!

    1. ggnitaly84
      29.11.2013 at 13:34

      thank you for reading it!

  5. italyproject365
    29.11.2013 at 7:55

    Happy (late) Thanksgiving Georgette!

    1. ggnitaly84
      29.11.2013 at 13:36

      Thank you!!!!!

  6. Cindy
    30.11.2013 at 16:30

    We hope you had a nice thanksgiving too! Reading your blog lets me enjoy the best florence has to offer! I was even telling my Italian friends about places i knew about from this site, they were impressed;)!

    1. ggnitaly84
      01.12.2013 at 23:39

      Thank you so much Cindy – your words really mean a lot to me, especially on Thanksgiving :D. Humbled is me

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