We first had to sort through what was worth shipping to Italy. The Stoic One kept saying, "but we bought this in Italy, why are we paying to ship it back to Italy?" Grrrrrr.
This is a look of what made the Italian cut.
Then we had to decide what we needed to keep to survive for the next six months. We have winter, summer, work clothes, play clothes, Queen Mary fancy clothes. This is when I hit my limit and Gina stepped in. She has a gene for organizing and told me to go upstairs and take a nap and she would finish. An angel. I love naps. At this point I didn't care what went where.
Luca, the ever lovable dog was unamused with the mess.
Meanwhile back at the ranch, other wise known as Umbertide, Manuele and the boys have been busy. The marbalist thought he could make 2 sinks our of one lovely chunk of marble. I loved the idea and said pretty please when Manuele scowled. I didn't ask about the weight of this object.
The slab of marble passes carefully through the window.
I asked the Stoic One what was going to hold up those heavy sinks? I don't want us all to crash into the apartment below. He told me to think about repacking.
We will be in Italy next week to check out the progress. Will post pictures of the progress.