So now begins the Carnaval season. You may remember from an earlier post from last year about the history of Carnaval in Germany – if not, then click this link. A few weekends ago,we had some friends from T’s hometown come and visit us. The gentleman is an old coworker of T’s while the lady … More Narri! Narro!
So I decided that I would write a little about some of places that I have eaten while I was home for the holidays. When I was a kid – I wasn’t a good eater. I ate, I was – at times – annoyingly picky, but my greatest fail was that I couldn’t stop talking … More Best Places to Eat in Indianapolis
Well, I am back in Germany and trying to get back in the swing of things so I figured that I would take this week to talk about my awesome Dirndl that I bought back during my little trip to Eichstätt with Nicola. Dirndls were originally more traditional daywear in Austria, Bavaria, and Switzerland as … More How to Wear a Dirndl
Happy New Year, everyone!! I am still partying it up in the States for the holidays so I decided to write about a different holiday in the meantime – Thanksgiving. I have very early memories of spending Thanksgiving with my siblings and Grandmother. I remember eating Green Bean Casserole and Sweet Potatoes with Marshmellow as … More Thanksgiving in Germany