The Cimitero dei Cappuccini is a crypt below the Church of Santa Maria della Concezione that has been adorned with the bones and skeletal remains of 4,000 Capuchin monks. A plaque in the chapel reads: “What you are now, we used to be. What we are now, you will be.”
Had an awful time falling asleep last night; even a ritualistic application of Mortiis to my eardrums failed to solve the issue satisfactorily.
At some point this morning I dozed off and dreamed that my sisters and I were all were living under the same roof in a house with bright pink and fuchsia fixtures and furniture. I prepared a supper for us but once we sat down together to enjoy it, we noticed that the silverware was very odd.