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Julia Pleschke has left the building

Julia Pleschke has left the building

Fabrica continues to become a man's land as SuperMom leaves us today.

What made you want to come to Fabrica?
The opportunity to go abroad, meet interesting people and have a little space between graduating and finding a real job.

Favorite thing about living in Treviso?
Being close to the beach.

How have you seen this place change since you arrived?
Honestly I would be a liar, if I was not saying that I am a bit worried about Fabrica these days: You can feel something is going on and a lot of tension is in the air. It makes me sad that it is now possible for special people to get their friends into Fabrica without having them to pass a trial. Some of the recently arrived new students seem to be too young for a place like that, and especially coming without passing a trial does not help to appreciate Fabrica nor to develop the right attitude to work the best out of it. On the other side, I am happy that I went through a year full of changes and especially that I got to know the old fabrica with all these skilled people who made my first abroad experience and its many great acquaintances to a fantastic part of my life I would never want to miss.

What are your plans for after?
I will move in with my boyfriend in Vienna, freelancing, improving my baby Benettonplay from home and of course visiting and inviting the guys I love and already miss most: Karol, Nam, Lizy, Paolo, Marian, Christian, Juan and last but not least yourself. *snif*

Parting words?
Fabrica can be your greatest time, don't spoil it by waiting for someone to tell you what to do, find friends, keep in touch with them and end every of the 365 days with a smile.

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ReBlogged by Michael Ciancio on Oct 1, 2007 at 11:56 AM Posted by Michael Ciancio on Oct 1, 2007 at 11:56 AM


Where's my comment??? it's gone.......Hmmmmm
I already miss the happiest and most lovely girl in fabrica!!!
err....mozzarella..haha Good luck for your new life in vienna!!!
see you soooooooon!!!!!

See you later(with Nam's perfect intonation!)

Posted by: Nam at 02.10.2007 09:52 AM

Juliana, this place will never be the same without you.
Those eternal bedroom conversations, baking around Treviso, always discovering new places, your constant invitation to play (catan, dare or truth, the ‘colourful sock’ game), the absente nights, the funny iChats, the pink trend in Mensa, the best tiramisú in the whole world.

The contagious laugh, that beautiful quality of listening, your incomparable patience, your unique sense of humor.

Look after yourself Julia. I will always be there.
Love you.

Posted by: károl at 02.10.2007 12:35 PM

Mensa was really strange today...there was absolutely no one in Pink :(
hope you had a good drive home..
Bunch of love to my Tiramistress !!!

Posted by: priya at 02.10.2007 02:45 PM

best of luck julia. see you soon in vienna for some sacher torte and ottakringer!

Posted by: michael at 02.10.2007 03:02 PM

Kids, next week I am planning to prepare a nice and cosy neat and CLEAN guest bedroom for a never forgettable Christmas market and gluehwein week in Vienna ...

Posted by: Supermom at 02.10.2007 08:05 PM

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