Today was a great day! I woke up and went running around the river Arno, and the temperature was a splendid 75 degrees I got back home and, after showering and dressing, Kayla and I decided that a picnic was in order. Julio was out on some archeological endeavor and Kourtnei had too much work to do, so just the two of us went. We caught the train at 3pm and got there by 4. After taking bunches of photos, we grabbed a margherita pizza from a shop down the block, and lunched on the lawn of the Leaning Tower! We headed back at 7pm, and when I got home, I decided to try my hand at making a genuine italian food: focaccia bread (recipe here). I should’ve read the instructions BEFORE starting to make it, because when I got done mixing and stirring, there were some 3 hours accumulated between steps that I was instructed to let the dough sit and rise. I did, though. I just now pulled it out of the oven, and the smell is mouthwatering! I sprinkled some fresh sage and rosemary in the batter at the beginning, so I know it’ll taste like what I suppose gods eat for sunday lunch But now I’m doing homework, and I’ll soon be cutting into my warm, homemade rosemary focaccia bread!