A weekend in Madrid alone with myself inspired me to share a few things you might not know about me. Here they go:
- My full name is Carlotta Cerri Gambarelli.
- My surname is not first and second surname, like in Spanish: it’s made of two words because my family was nobility in Italy. I’m a countess! (for real)
- I’m Italian. Born in November 1985. 178cm tall. Size 40 of shoes.
- I only drive automatic cars.
- I’m a negative, pessimistic person at core, but you’d never tell by talking to me because I’ve worked hard on it for the past decade.
- I used to be meteoropathic and hate rain, but 12 years in the Costa del Sol cured me: I now love rain!
- Even though I started dancing only when I was 18, in every dance academy I’ve ever been, I ended up joining their show group and working as a dancer in my free time.
- I love grammar and I know every grammar rule of every language I speak.
- English has taken over my brain, and I often struggle to speak Italian. Ask my sister.
- I always write first in English and then translate into Italian and Spanish.
- After university, I wanted to become the next Fernanda Pivano to translate big writers of my time; instead I ended up translating myself on my blog. Big enough.
- For the longest time I rejected my Italian-ness, and only recently I learnt to embrace and appreciate it.
- My husband says I’m the only Italian woman who doesn’t cook. I don’t know about being the only one, but it’s definitely true that I don’t cook.
- I was raised catholic, but when I was a teenager I started shifting away from religious, and now I’m not religious anymore.
- Writing and talking to my husband are the best forms of therapy I know.
If you feel like it, I’d love to hear in the comments one thing I don’t know about you.
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