In Italian the day after Easter is called “Lunedì dell'Angelo” that literally means “Monday's angel”.
It is also known as “Pasquetta” a noun that derives from “Pasqua” (Easter).
Usually during this day people spend time going out with friends and families.
Traditional activities consist in doing a trip or a picnic.
It's Easter. 🥚
After one year we're still in a red zone here in Milan area.
Many things have happened during the last 12 months. Lockdown, open, close, first wave, second wave, third wave...
We've learned many things about social distance, viruses & vaccines.
We've learned how to stay close with others even being far away from our relatives, friends and colleagues.
We've used technologies like never before.
We hated, we loved.
And we are still here, alive.
I recently read the below article about pseudo-anonymity on A blog of yet another quirky guy out there:
And the reply from Write more:
It may seem to be banal, but I agree with both of them.
I have an About page here on the blog but it is very short, because I prefer to focus on writing than promoting myself.
Lately social networks seems to bore me, sometimes I even feel nervous for their never ending fighting discussions.
Socials are a paradise for wannabe people, they can have an audience that satisfy their thirst of likes and followers.
On this blog I can discuss, write down my thoughts and express myself with a partial anonymity.
I do not feel the need to be on the stage.
I just want to do what I want to do.
There are many streaming platforms out there. 📺 Too many, really. Broadcasters and film majors are trying to launch their premium streaming services in order to have new ways to generate income.
Personally I do not have much enough time to watch more than one or two episodes each day of my favourite series.
Moreover, many of the series offered on those platforms are not so good (poor quality and with already seen scripts).
It seems to me that content is booming, but quality is downsizing.