Life was routine until mid-life when the author decided to get a law degree. Then a chance meeting led her to run away to the Circus (Maximus) – actually to the United Nations office next door - where she worked as an attorney and entered the world of expat life in Rome. After four years she and her husband returned to the U.S. But they missed life in Italy with its wonderful food and wine, endless history and their numerous friends. The gods smiled and another opportunity came along. Six more years in Rome, again working for the UN, followed. Now retired, she continues to travel, having fitted in over 100 countries in between many journeys back to Italy where she always tosses a coin in the Trevi Fountain to ensure another visit. While her suitcase is cooling off she volunteers for arts, literary and scientific organizations and works on a novel set in Rome.
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