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  1. Adele Derwald commented on Betty 9 days ago

    From my own experience I’d say start in Rome, give it three days, then move on to Tuscany and these places. You’d have to be from a really big city in order to be able to stand Rome for much longer than a couple of days. Less in the summer.

  2. Adele Derwald commented on Betty 12 days ago

    Why did they let him bring it? It’d be enough for his parents to bring theirs just in case.

  3. Adele Derwald commented on Betty about 1 month ago

    That’s right, and mine never makes me. But I do like to watch a good soccer game, and if it’s not his team he can do whatever he likes meanwhile. To each his own…

  4. Adele Derwald commented on Betty about 1 month ago

    Husbands should never have to go clothes shopping. That’s what girlfriends and mothers are for. But they ARE expected to comment positively when you come home with the loot :-)

  5. Adele Derwald commented on Betty 2 months ago

    Yeah, I tried that, too. Somehow it never really worked for me. Maybe the ball was just to big for my desk.

  6. Adele Derwald commented on Betty 2 months ago

    There ya go!

  7. Adele Derwald commented on Betty 2 months ago

    It’s a good thing to have, actually. When I was writing my master’s thesis, I had months of sciatic pain and couldn’t bear to be sitting down. I had to put my notebook on top of the TV (this was before flat screens) in order to be able to work standing up.

  8. Adele Derwald commented on Betty 7 months ago

    I got it. Not everyone under 40 is uncultured.

  9. Adele Derwald commented on Betty 8 months ago

    ouch

  10. Adele Derwald commented on Betty 9 months ago

    You open any book and start reading. If you don’t want to know what happens next two to three pages in, pick another one.

    As a kid I’d take out five to six books a week from the public library and start reading them on the way home. Always looking up when crossing a street, though :-) After bedtime I’d read with a flashlight underneath the blankets and the only punishment my mom could think of was to cut the TV – so I’d just have more time to read, then :D