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Monday, April 19, 2010

Stuck in Italy!

You may have heard of a volcano in Iceland that has been erupting and causing airports all over europe to cancel flights and shut down.

So rather than flying home yesterday, I stayed put; thankfully in my hotel, which is going to keep us at least until wednesday. Hopefully it wont be too much longer than that, but who knows?

I am very fortunate I get some extra vacation at the beautiful lake Guarda and I'm not living out of my suitcase on an airport floor like some unfortunate travelers!

I am wondering though, staring at my pile of dirty clothes, what I'm going to wear for the next few days! (sounds like a wardope capsue challenge, haha).

Hopefully I'll get home soon, I can't wait to share all my photos and outfits and everything, and have some major blog catch up.

Miss you all,

Lyddie

11 comments:

Meek said...

I have missed reading your blog! Cant wait to see all your pictures :-)

The Small Fabric Of My Life said...

Good Luck and have a look through our capsule wardrobe challenge for some ideas.

Jessica said...

Doesn't sound like a bad problem at all! ;-)

Amy said...

Oh my gosh hope you get home eventually - I have friends stuck in Spain who are now driving home to the UK - you're so lucky to be able to stay in your htoel...enjoy an extra couple of days!

La fille d'or said...

Well it's nice that you get a few extra days and a hotel to stay in. : )
Can't wait to see pictures!

Louis said...

Excited to see your photos... have you filled up all your memory cards yet??

wonderfelle.com said...

Lucky you?! Hope you're having a fun trip!

Eyeliah said...

oh my goodness, this volcano seems to be affecting anyone, yes I am glad you are not in an airport, enjoy your extra days!

ROBINE said...

Enjoy you extra days!
Can't wait to see pics!
x Robine

grunge-queen said...

What a wonderful place to be stuck in! Enjoy.

Texan in UAE said...

LOL I had great friends from Italy. It was funny enough that they wore their clothes like for 3 days in a row. LOL seriously. It's normal in Europe. When we lived in Germany, I seen it there too. Us American's change everyday. But, I think they do this because electricity is very expensive in Europe.