Anna Treviso aka Annarella

Hello 👋🏼 Ciao, nice to meet you / piacere. Sono Anna (ah na) or Annarella (ah na reh lah) .💁🏻‍♀️. Thank you for visiting and come in, stay a while 🙏🏼💫. Can I get you some water, coffee, tea, cookies, a sandwich or a 6 course meal 🤷🏻‍♀️. That is me in a nutshell 👸🏻. I’m 42, divorced (yet in a serious relationship) a mom of two beautiful girls, teen and preteen👯‍♀️, and my furson Gizmo, a 4 year old papillon🐼🐶 who looks like a panda and gremlin. I am 🇮🇹 Italian, daughter to parents, both from Mola Di Bari (Puglia Region) of Italia. I’m fluent in the language and have a passion for everything that I do. I love cars, traveling, cooking, entertaining, sweets, animals and spreading joy and positivity to whomever I can. It makes me happy to see others happy😊. I love to 💃🏻 dance, 🎤 sing and 😂 laugh. I’m sarcastic 🤨🤪 goofy and can dish it out as well as take it. Welcome to my world, come in, take off your shoes 👠 👞 👟 👡 and kick back and relax. Grazie 🙏🏼

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Published by annarella3

42 year old single mom of two beautiful girls and a furboy named Gizmo-They are my why🥰. Italian who loves to write, laugh, love, cook and eat #moladibari #puglia #sarcastic Administrative assistant by day and writer, chef, blogger, TikTok, insta, Twitter and you tube poster by day and night. Hopeless romantic, self proclaimed dancing queen, car karaoke 🎤 star and positively -perfectly imperfect hot mess. No nonsense, unfiltered and sweet as pie- give you the shoes off my feet (and I am obsessed with shoes) unless you cross me or my family and the mamma bear, Italian temper, demoralize you with words and a smile on my face. - boss bitch - comes out to play #blessed God is everything! 🙏🏽faith, spirituality and love - can and will save the world - one smile at a time #thankful #grateful

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