So, we'll see if I can re-enter the blogger world with another Hello, Monday link-up with Lisa Leonard.
The past few weeks (in keeping up with this past amazingly-crazy spring) have been pretty incredible.
That said, there have been lots of moments of laughter and crying, resting and dancing, so we'll see if I can be a bit more regular in updating this blog about life in Germany. Also, May 21 my laptop died, so I'm typing on Igor's (and haven't yet started uploading pics on his computer...).
Hello, week after having 3 weeks of vacation! It was a very full time and we're actually feeling a bit exhausted. But we are super-thankful for living in Germany, where we have many holidays (like 3 in the last 3 weeks!) and where Igor can take many more days of vacation than if he worked at a bank in the U.S. We're going to miss him, though!
Hello, week of being a bit more business-minded (lots of sewing to do!).
Hello, hoping to keep our bedroom big - Igor cleaned our bedroom when I was away last week (and it practically doubled in size! a bit embarrassing that it came to that state, but I am loving the extra space now that it's finally picked up!).
Hello, week of sunshine and thunderstorms. The plan is to spend as much time as possible outside while we can - there are enough cold, rainy days during the year. I want to enjoy the warmer days while I can.
Hello, returning to choir. I finally returned to singing regularly with my choir, which is so nice! We've had two lovely concerts (English Cathedral Music - think Elgar and the like - and Mendelssohn's Elijah). It's nice to be back:)
Hello, EM - European Meisterschaft (Soccer Championship). Igor's schedule is already revolving around the Croatia and German game plans:) It's always a fun atmosphere to have so many people united by a common interest. Our church is having showing on the big screen for the Germany games and Sunday games, which is lots of fun for the whole family. So far, Germany's off to a good start - we'll see how Wednesday goes.
What are you saying hello to this week?