Tag Archives: germany

Holiday Bavaria

My recent four day trip to Germany can be summed up in four concepts; warm [...]

Auf Wiedersehen

By the wills of destiny and the powers of science I became pregnant in November [...]

Updates and Postcards

Has anyone ever moved across the country, by car, with babies? Has anyone ever had [...]

The Gardener’s Hut on the Lake

A new painting is complete. It’s a depiction of a scene I saw often while [...]

The Christmas Addiction

Christmas Season is a time for us all to indulge, and push the boundaries of [...]

Indulgence While There is Still Time

Unfortunately. This past Saturday. I made the very unwise decision to count the number of [...]

Patron Saint of Hunters

Saint Hubertus is the patron saint of hunters. His feast day, November 3rd, marks the [...]

The Polished Souvenir

You remember the souvenir I was working on last week for myself. Well, this week [...]

Craft Supply Swap

Last week I went to a Craft Supply Swap. The swap was hosted, and held, [...]

Another Weekend in the Bergs

When you travel a far distance to visit a landmark for its amazing scenery and [...]

Autumn in Germany

It may seem a bit premature to speak of Autumn while it’s still August, but [...]

Inspired Friday

This is a recent drawing I made of the Hohenschwangau Castle. I took a trip [...]

A Western Museum in an Unlikely Place

My landlord came over our house a while back. He said a friend of his [...]

The German Pick Your Own

In the heart of summer we all want our vegetables as fresh as possible. It’s [...]

The Best Beer in Germany

Says who? Me. Just me, no one special. Phil and I indulged ourselves yesterday in, [...]

The Sunday Drive

I took a field trip today with Katharina and Ludwig. We went to the romantic [...]

Treasure Fest

Each time I attend a new festival in Germany I am always under the assumption [...]

The Garden

There are many things about our German neighbors, here at USAG Ansbach, of which we [...]

How Many Chances Did You Have Today to Celebrate?

One of the most important things in life is taking time to show appreciation. Celebrate [...]

Nature. Music. Fried Dough.

Just when I thought there wasn’t much more for me to discover in my town…I [...]

Commemorative Work

Soldiers in the Army are constantly coming and going. They come into a new department, [...]

My German Front Door

Last week the Universe kept presenting the most unexpected things at my front door. Unless [...]

Pencils and Castles

If you trace any high-end, quality product far back enough in its history you will [...]


I think a lot of people look at Art and say, “I can do that.” [...]