Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Catching Up

I am sorry to say that I am still having some struggles with my jet lag. I will be happy when the day comes (hopefully very very soon) when I wake up and actually feel like a human being. In the meantime it has been raining cats and dogs. We had an incident that included the wind lifting our umbrella, fifty pound weight at the bottom included, up and nearly over our railing, snapping it in two and leaving it dangling off our deck until the weather settled down.

Still playing catch up on things other than sleep. I am behind on my photos and need to post some from a few weeks back that I think are worthy of note. We were in France for a quick weekend trip, and par usual, France didn't disappoint. If anyone is interested in moving here, please call me, I would meet you there tomorrow.


Saturday, July 22, 2017

Home Sweet Home

What a wonderful surprise when Zach asked me if I wanted to go home to Wolf while he was in the States for work. This was followed by an obnoxiously loud "YES". Neither of us had planned on going back home this year, so I was thrilled to take some time to visit my family back in good ole' Wolf Wyoming! I am already missing...

 Mom's cooking
Big skies
Every American food ever
Old Friends
New Friends
Dirt Roads






Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Good Friends

This last week we enjoyed a much needed visit from old friends. This trip included wine (a given), some of the most delicious food ever consumed (we were in France) tasty beer (Thank you Belgium) and of course loud laughs and great conversations (Thank you Casey and Bork)! We really hit the ground running with this one and our guests were such troopers. We stayed in arguably the most adorable bed and breakfast in all of France and then headed on to Paris, of course....need I say more?

We ended the week back in good ole' Deutschland (complete with rainy weather), but enjoyed every minute of it. It was so nice to have people to entertain and to lounge with, and I hope our guests felt the same. We don't have people over as much as we used to, probably has something to do with living in Germany, but we always love an excuse to break out the nice silverware and to blast the music.

Thank you, dear friends for a trip of a lifetime. We love you dearly.