She wanted to explore the world and travel, giving her now 10-year-old daughter opportunities she could cherish. Being a translator and a single mom has given her the bases to pursue this dream of travel. At times, it can be tough being a single mom in a new country, but she takes this with determination and passion. She continues to show her daughter that you can accomplish anything if you put your mind to it. Dominique’s story is an inspiration to many single moms out there who are trying to live their dream of building a life in Italy.
I have decided to try to make it. I make my own sourdough starter, so this should not be hard. Right? It is not hard at all just follow the recipe below. Soon you too will have Sour Cream to use in your favorite recipes.
I feel this Network is an asset for the many moms and their families moving here to live in Firenze and the surrounding areas. Which is why I am asking for your help to keep all this alive. A small donation could go a long way.
The Florentine is doing a Kid’s issue for their February edition.
Announcing Special Event: November 4, 8:00 p.m. – Candlelight Procession Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Florence Flood! This historic candlelight procession on Friday, November 4 will commemorate the Mud Angels – […]
This weekend do not forget to change your clocks so you can get that extra hour of sleep.
Hi mums, I’m trying to help a local school in Prato find an English teacher. I’ve put the word out on English teaching sites, but if any of you know someone looking […]
This is another great site for the littler ones. They have scientific clubs and so much more. http://www.portaleragazzi.it/
I wanted to remind everyone about this site. It is a Firenze Comune portal site for teens and college students 15 and up. They have topics of interest, events, and so much […]
Children love to draw; there is no doubt about that. The amount of drawings can become overwhelming. Possibly the outside of your refrigerator is filled, possibly even your walls. Your children love all their drawings. So what to do? I am going to post some possible solutions for you……
Houseplants can clean your air, eliminating chemicals, mould and bacteria; they produce oxygen and moisture. One example is succulent houseplants. Those types are great at providing oxygen at night so are good for bedrooms.