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08/16/2018

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Julia

I love that village climbing up the hill

I heard that there are many thousands of abandoned villages in Italy, it would be nice if each one were 'adopted' by a group of artists, musicians, techies and brought back to life

I would live in a writers' village :)

BrittArnhild

That would be absolutely lovely Julia. I would have a garden, I would write and I would knit :-)

Linda P.

I, too, would choose to live in a writer's village.

BrittArnhild

We can make a community Linda P :-)

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