Ode to Tuscany and my husband’s 69th birthday

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After celebrating our oldest grandson’s Bar Mitzvah in Jerusalem last spring with 16 family members, my husband and I rented a car and drove through Tuscany, Italy.  A favorite walled city was Luca.  Most European hotels include breakfast and the Luca Palace was no exception. What a treat it was to wake up to this beautiful breakfast table.  More to come from Tuscany…

Pen and ink and watercolor, Moleskine notebook 4 x 8″

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About mehrlich125

Since I was little I liked to visualize and create things. Painting with watercolors is what makes me happy now. That, and spending time gardening and reading. I love long walks, biking, and the beach. Cape Cod is where I spend a lot of my leisure time.
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4 Responses to Ode to Tuscany and my husband’s 69th birthday

  1. Hayley says:

    This is a beautiful drawing! I love the idea of documenting this way, rather than just photos.

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    • mehrlich125 says:

      Thanks, Hayley! I am thrilled to have the journal now that the long-planned trip is over. It’s fun to go back and see where we were. Because memories fade, I noted at the top of each page the date and the location. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. My, you see so much of the world! I’m living vicariously through your drawings.

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  3. mehrlich125 says:

    At first glance, it was just another breakfast room. As I sketched, I realized how the colorful, soft fabrics and the comphy chairs made the room feel so welcoming. I couldn’t resist.

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