If you read my last post on our first day in Parma, you got a taste of the traditional architecture we experienced. But the amazing modern and Art Deco antiques available in Parma were beyond my expectations. Lots of great 70s era items too!
If you can multiply the beauty of my photos by 1000, that’s the actual beauty of these pieces. The camera can’t replace real life, but I wanted to you get a small taste of what we experienced. I have 20 times more photos than what I have shown here. The time I spent in Parma wasn’t enough. I will be back.
As many of you travel to be with family and friends for this Thanksgiving holiday, I want you to know that through travel struggles with crazy weather (please be careful) and time spent with those you love (and those you tolerate), there is one thing to remember:
I am so happy to be spending tomorrow with immediate and extended family and gratefulness in my heart. I am grateful for all of you, my readers and for your patience as many new projects have taken me away from my blog for longer than I have ever been away. I am thankful for my new clients and my loyal clients and friends, too. I am grateful for happy, healthy children, and amazing husband and the joy of true friends.
Happy Thanksgiving!!! I hope you have meals full of all of your favorites (mine is pumpkin pie with creme fraiche) and absolutely no calories. May you be blessed. Now I am off to finish up the last of my sketches for a new design project and begin setting the table for tomorrow’s festivities.