Happy Labour Day

May 1,

Time for marching, gathering in public places, singing out loud, sitting on grass and spending some time with the family. I'm in Tivoli these days. Beside reflecting around the late changes of the modern world of labour and the way the current economic crisis is hitting the foundation of the labourers rights, I gladly see there still someone who's hopefully willing to make plans for the future and get engaged with a marriage.

Just married, going to Rome, (C) Tiberio Fanti