Jeg har de siste dagene vært ganske dårlig. Hva årsaken er, men jeg har løpt på do i ett. Slapp av, jeg skal ikke gå i flere detaljer, men jeg har i hvert fall ikke hatt energi til stort. I går orket jeg knapt gå i butikken! Noe jeg heldigvis har orket, er å lese! Og nå leser jeg Eat, Pray, Love av Elizabeth Gilbert.
Dagens smakebit er hentet fra kapittel 12, s. 41 i min utgave av boka.
Later in the day, I found a library. Dear me, how I love a library. Because we are in Rome, this library is a beautiful old thing, and within it there is a courtyard garden which you’d never have guessed existed if you’d only looked at the place from the street. The garden is a perfect square, dotted with orange trees and, in the center, a fountain. This fountain was going to be a contender for my favorite in Rome, I could tell immediately, though it was unlike any I’d seen so far. It was not carved of imperial marble, for starters. This was a small green, mossy, organic fountain. It was like a shaggy, leaking bush of ferns.
Nå skal jeg straks sette meg og lese igjen, men først skal jeg ta turen innom Maris blogg for flere smakebiter!