Monday, December 19, 2005

Farewell to Germany

Tonite is our last evening in Germany. We spent most of today in the Black Forest. Snowballs, walks, snowfalls like none I have ever seen before, sliding down a hillside, German food in a fire warmed restaurant, and silly to profound conversations throughout the day. Now we are blogging, responding to email, and just being . . . after a small plates meal that we picked up at the supermarket (breads, cheese fondue, peppers, pickles, bacon, salami, and more cheese).

I need to return to what is most important . . . this moment and these people. But since Vietnam is probably not going to be a blogging point I wanted to say blessings to you all. And I will return January 7.

4 comments:

Texas2Tennessee said...

Thank you for sharing your journey with us. Have adventurous travels to/through Vietnam and a very Merry Christmas!

Markus said...

Hi Karen,
it was a pleasure to meet You. Wish You a great trip to Vietnam and hope to meet You someday again.
Markus

Baby said...

So eloquent, so sublime... what a blessing.

bigwhitehat said...

But, did you ever eat the pizza?