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Reflections of an egg

1 Slowing down comes naturally when you are pregnant – physically I mean. Especially the walking. Did it take me around 15 minutes to walk from the Metro to my house before the pregnancy, now it takes me already half...
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Sleep walking

I could not sleep, so I started looking for something I could think about – to use my time pleasantly while I was still conscious so to speak. It needed to be something that would not alarm me neither excite me...
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An old sea

I thought I had seen mountains, I actually thought I had climbed a few. Then we went to the Alps and I had to admit I hadn’t really. My first impulse upon seeing them was to run away, back to...
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Wads of cotton wool

To escape Rome, we go to a house located on the border between Lazio and Abruzzo. This is the way mountains look in Rome: It’s the Tangenziale Est,  an elevated highway that spans the eastern part of Rome. We climb it to leave...
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Walking … in the beginning

I always liked walking. Well, maybe not in the beginning. In the beginning I told myself I had to like walking (Why?) While every other child was dragging its feet over the ground, I was walking energetically onward, with a straight back...