Oh, to be able to walk into a 1000 yr-old church and look at family church records that go back to the 1600s. *Big sigh*
And? To do it in Italy.
And? Love how Marisa thinks about and wants to know the story. 'Cause that's what it's all about.
If unable to watch the video here, please follow this link to watch on NBC's site:http://www.nbc.com/who-do-you-think-you-are/video/generations-of-family/1384531
Okay. I dunno about you, but I'm getting hungrier by the day. Yes, hungrier for Italian food which I plan to prepare on Friday night in preparation of Marisa Tomei's episode of Who Do You Think You Are? on NBC.
But? I'm also hungrier for more of Marisa Tomei's family story. I thought the highlight clip yesterday was fantastic. [Especially loved her on the sail boat. Cuz I totally plan to sail off on a sail boat to search for my ancestral lands. Don't you? I mean, if you're gonna dream, dream BIG.]
Anywho, just when I thought I was completely excited to learn more about Marisa's family story, then came along this clip of more of her family story.
See why I'm hungrier to know more about her family story? Absolutely can't wait for Marisa's episode to air Friday on NBC, 10 Feb 2012 at 7pm CST.
And? I'm a wee jealous of her Italian roots. I've uncovered absolutely none so far in my own family. Why, of why, do I have such a love for Italian food? Marisa is the closest I will have been to Italian research. So you bet I'll be watching Friday night.
And eating. ;)