“What are you going to do today?” our coworkers used to ask.
“Nothing, because we live like old ladies” was always the answer.
But today, we reached the top.
In order not to get claustrophobia, the two early birds of the house Lina and Nana, decided to go out... out to the balcony. While the youth was sleeping, the old Ladies were enjoying the morning breeze, catching the sun, listening to birds and taking some selfies, but mostly, they were observing their neighbors.
When the woman next door left her house, she greeted them saying “Buongiorno”, Nana responded her back. At the same time, Lina said “Buongiorno, Maria”, as if she knew her very well.
“But how do you know her name?” Nana was surprised.
Actually, you don't know that I have a good relationship with her. Usually, on Saturdays she invites me to the typical Italian dinner (all the three courses, plus wine, cheese and dessert). Last Saturday it was my first time seeing Giacomo, the mysterious man of Viterbo, at dinner. During the whole dinner he was weirdly smiling at me. After the third course he approached me AND...
“I don't know her, it is just a part of ´Lasciatemi cantare´*” Lina answered.
Until that moment we weren't sure whether Eduardo, the new volunteer would come to our flat or not.
15:38 Giuseppe started to play the piano....
OHH! and we really need toilet paper.
*Is a famous Italian song, originally named “L'italiano” by Toto Cutugno