Growing Up Italian
The following members of IGSA have shared their memories of "Growing Up Italian" with our membership. Many of these stories spark forgotten memories of our own. So many phrases, sounds, smells, etc. are buried deep within our memories. These stories cause so many individuals to recall similar times and events in their past that the stories are self-perpetuating. One leads to another and another and so on.
We hope you can relate to some of these memories and stories and that they will bring you back to another time and place when perhaps your life was simpler and slower paced. We must remember our heritage and pass it on to the next generation. We can do this by writing down our memories for the next generations. We thank those who have shared with us. Grazie!
Societa Duca Degli Abruzzi by Angelo DiBenedetto
The Stove, the Ferretelle and the Chicken by Edward Iannuccilli
Growing Up Italian: Did I? by Jane Pisciottoli Papa
The Grape Arbor, by Edward Iannuccilli
Grandmother's Friends by Edward Iannuccilli
Sunday Mornings, by Edward Iannuccilli
Keeping Me Healthy by Ed Iannuccilli, MD, FACP
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