To all my friends who have reached out to find out how things are going in Italy, I thank you for your love and support. All is well, and we are following every measure to ensure the stop of the spread of the virus. Daily life has certainly changed a lot in the past few weeks. My children’s schools have been amazing and all the lessons are online. The teachers are keeping their students fully engaged in their studies and informed about what is going on in the world. 

I have learned so much from Italians in the 18 years that I have lived here. I came to this country many years ago as a ‘guest’. I have always been treated by Italians 🇮🇪with the utmost respect, generosity and warmth. I became a citizen of Italy several years ago because I truly do love this country ❤️.

As you know, right now, Italy is in lockdown, and I am proud to be part of the movement “Io resto a casa”. 🏡 What does this mean? It literally means: “I am staying at home”. This is a necessary step that we must all take to ensure that the virus doesn’t continue to spread. Home is where the change needs to begin. Our sense of civic duty is what is going to prevent the virus from continuing to spread. We are going to come out of this with flying colors, and we are going to be better, in every way, in the end. 🌈

We have so much to learn from this. The sun is shining in Santa Margherita today. It’s time to make a change. 

#iorestoacasa #iloveitaly #canadianinitaly 🇨🇦#iomifermo #timeforchange 

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