The monuments and landmarks of the world like the Sydney Opera House and Brandenburg Gate have all been lit up in the colors or the French flag. It’s quite an impressive display, and good to see the sympathy from so many countries. Today Trier, Germany decided to join the effort by lighting the Porta Nigra … More Trier Joins the World To Support France
Since I started blogging I have seen a lot of different lists about Germany, some funny and some not so funny. Well today you have the distinct pleasure of reading my take on the situation. I cannot take credit for coming up with these myself though, most of them have been taken from another list in one … More 25 Reasons You’ve Lived In Germany Too Long
Below is Part 2 of our “Flying to America” adventure. You can find Part 1 here When arriving in the good ol US of A from a foreign country, the traveler often has the good fortune to be flying further into the country than the International Airport at which he/she initially lands. And seeing as … More Eventful Arrivals (Flying to America, Pt II)
The United States won the FIFA World Cup! Oh, wait, you didn’t hear? Well you must live on the moon then (or maybe in some country outside of North America), ha ha. For real though, the US Women’s National Team won the World Cup on Sunday and we are super pumped about it. It was … More We Are the Champions……of the World!
when your favorite team plays your second favorite team, there is no way to be truly happy … More “Cause It’s a Bittersweet…..Memory…..This Time”
….USA vs Germany…..tomorrow it is on like Donkey Kong! … More USA vs Germany, a House Divided!
I know I just got back, but I realized today that we are deep into the Women’s World Cup and I haven’t written a thing about it. Well we are going to correct that error right here and now. For those of you that haven’t been following it, the 2015 Women’s World Cup is currently … More Women’s World Cup 2015
January 5th, 2014 You know, living a vagabond/expat life is exciting and I love it. New places, new cultures, getting to live in places where other people only get to visit. I am not sure if I meet the modern definition of a vagabond, whatever that may be, but considering I had not lived anywhere … More Two Familes, Two Countries, and Too Many Miles In Between
Letting everybody in our neighborhood know what’s up!