18 Sep 2017
The town I live in has a huge airport that originally belonged to a military base (people are still mourning that it got shut down in 2011 – it meant so much business and it really brought a lot of color and variety into town). Now we are a boring, cute little town with nothing special going on except for the annual arts fair and the Highlander Games.
12 Sep 2017
7 Sep 2017
4 Sep 2017
Almost every week, my colleague Jenny entertains us with adorable and funny stories about deer strolling through her back yard, chipmunks playing on her porch, and turkeys knocking on her back door. Yes, seriously, there is apparently one turkey – there are many living close to her house – that...
1 Sep 2017
Finally, I am doing it! After five years of procrastination I have started the process of registering my marriage in Germany and – even more important for me right now – changing my name in Germany, too.
29 Aug 2017
Well, that was really disappointing! I think everybody noticed the hype around the solar eclipse in the US on August 21, 2017. People traveled from far to be in the corridor of the full eclipse. I read that some had booked their hotel rooms two years ago just to make...
25 Aug 2017
22 Aug 2017
We moved into our house six years ago. I think I have mentioned before how small this house is. But we love it. When we moved in, we knew that the furnace was old, but only a couple of years later we learned that the furnace was probably 40 years...
18 Aug 2017
14 Aug 2017
Coming from a country with a strong health care system and Social Security, I was quite worried about what would happen to me if I shouldn’t find a job in the US. And even worse: what would happen if I couldn’t find a job and Andrew would lose his ?...