It’s All About “The Twirl”

The Twirl at Trattoria Roberto in Florence

Just thought you’d like to know…in Italy, it truly is all about……“The Twirl”.

I’ve practiced, and then practiced some more, been coached by the best, gained inspiration from the locals, and have diligently given it my all…

And here are some of the results……

The Twirl in Florence, Italy at lunch


The Twirl in Greve

Sounds a bit like bragging? Well, you betcha! After this much serious focus on “The Twirl”, I have every right to brag, right?

If only there were an Olympic medal for Twirling, I’d surely enter it now, even at this age, and continue to train for future events where this skill can be put to fabulous use….like more trips to Italy!

Florence Allows MUCH Twirling Practice


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Inspired by travels to Italy, cooking with fresh ingredients, sharing our Kitchen Inventions dinners with friends, and enjoying good wine. Photography and cooking are the main focus for our site. Please stop by Wade's website to enjoy more of his works of photography.
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2 Responses to It’s All About “The Twirl”

  1. Just perusing your (entire!) blog— love it! This post made me giggle. Nice twirl! and sounds like your travels have been a blast. With a photog husband too, extra bonus travelling companion points! My hubby and I are going to take a photog 101 class at Showcase starting next week. Can’t wait to release our inner Ansel Adams’es… (ha! doubtful, but will be good to learn!) Cheers and keep up the fun! -jodi


    • Thanks for stopping by to read. Yes, Hubby takes a massive amount of photos on our trips. Would love to hear about your class once you complete it. Even if you pick up just a few tips, it should be so worth it.


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