I’ve had the hardest time publishing this post. I was blogging at Wind Scraps when we took this trip to Germany, and though I wrote about every other thing we did and saw there, and I even
I was in such a hurry when I prepublished all these posts about Europe last week (on my way out the door to Haiti) that I somehow forgot the fourth installment about Germany. Still too tired/emotional/pensive to
Here’s how we left Germany …
The only sound at 7:30 a.m. on that Saturday morning was the rumble of our Rick Steves’ suitcases as they covered the concrete distance between the Bible college and the Eiserfeld train station across
The tomatoes are shriveled red orbs that roll and bounce against their green plastic cage when I pull them from the back corner of the refrigerator. I’d had high hopes for those tomatoes back when they were fat and wrinkle-free.
Those are tossed.
(Blogger won’t take my pictures today … but I’ll keep trying)
I will take you to Buchenwald, I really will. And a walk through the Ann Frank House in downtown Amsterdam. But those tellings will only come when
I thought I’d make brownies for Dave, but it meant getting a little creative. I couldn’t find unsweetened baking cocoa at Edeka, but I knew that with a little finagling, I could reduce the butter and substitute for unsweetened baking chocolate.