I know I am publishing this well past February 2nd, but still think it is culturally relevant, especially in 2022… During the pandemic, at least in the English-speaking western world “Groundhog Day” the popular 1993 film became a shorthand joke for how we’re all supposed to get out of this Corona wave loop. Do youContinue reading “Groundhog Day”
Tag Archives: Holidays
Happy Holidays from Germany
Let’s talk about worn out computers, video editing, and comparing the UK & USA holiday culture and traditions to those in Germany…
Christmas Dinner 2012
This is officially the last Christmas my husband and I will spend alone – well, not really alone, but as a pair.
In the streets
Living in Germany sometimes feels absolutely no different from living in the United States with the day to day tasks and interactions.
A local Christmas and New Years Eve
This years Christmas and New Years Eve were spent at our home in Germany. First, while walking home from the night course I teach, the vendors at our Weinachtsmarkt were removing the decorations from their stalls, so I said to my husband in English that we should see if we could get a tree.