Creative Non-Fiction Short Stories. :) Travel, Oldsters, Love, and Compassion.
Greetings, dear niece of mine. I’ll see you soon (just in time for your 6th birthday!), but I wanted to share a few more pictures from my trip. I know we’ll go to all of these places someday–or maybe you’ll travel solo, which has been so nourishing for me. Anyway, a few lessons, some Auntie-advice, and a few scenes from Budapest and Vienna to make you smile.
I love the zebra, your journey is so intriguing!
Thanks, I love that zebra too! I tried to go around the city and see what Addy might see, but that takes a lot of imagination. Plus, she collects rocks and I thought a postcard full of the rocks of Europe may not be as interesting to readers… 🙂
Ha ha ha, reading your Postcards, I’m really hoping that you take your niece there.
I think we’ll need to do a day out somewhere here in the States so we can start early! Thanks for reading the postcards.
Great photos! I will follow your blog:)
Greetings from Germany, Susi
Vielen Dank, Susi! Es freut mich! 🙂
Love your photos, especially the quirky one of the person in a lot of gear in Vienna.
Thanks so much! I always seem to find odd things… 🙂
Re; Vienna treat in Budapest – well, they used to be in one country 🙂 Here in the South of Poland we also share a great deal of things with Austria 🙂
Excellent point! I took my first trip to Europe with a dear friend who is a veritable European encyclopedia. He could tell me about every ruler, artistic movement, and dietary trade. 🙂 When I’m alone, I always need a review!
I had some delicious schnitzel last evening! These pictures are really great (especially the diver!).
It’s hard to underestimate the importance of a good schintzel from time to time! I’m glad you liked the postcard.
I concur! It’s delicious.
I love the Zebra! If I had it my way our house would be filled with Zebra print, my hubby on the other hand is not too keen on the idea. Found you via WP’s Focus on Expat Blogs. You’ve found a new follower, I’m looking forward to more from you!
Thanks so much! I’m glad you found your way here. I like that you’re willing to honor your husband’s wishes, but perhaps a zebra sitting room? 🙂 Welcome!
the wrong spelling – that’s effortlessly hilarious!
I love when I catch zebras in an error. 🙂
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