Time is passing like a dash of light…I can’t even believe it is only two and a half weeks till Christmas! And I can’t believe we are actually in the mids of winter with real snow!! Looking at my blog you probably think I am kind of stuck in summer – and yes that would be kind of accurate! Since temperatures have been rather mild so far, and it felt more like fall to the Central-European in me, and it was hard for me to get into the Christmas mood! I must say….I was really ready not ready for Thanksgiving – and no I am absolutely NOT ready for Christmas!
Recapitulating my last two to three weeks makes me feel all fuzzy and warm inside and I feel very thankful for my life right now! Fall has been so gorgeous here, offering an abundance of warm sunny days with possibility to enjoy the wonderful colored trees and bushes! Harvest festivals and markets have gifted us with delicious pumpkin treats and have made the transition from our amazing summer to darker days a joyful one!
Hi guys! I have been filled with good times and hard work and have not gotten a chance to stretch my days even more as to update you on what I have been doing.
Since I absolutely enjoy blogging and the process of creating a beautiful websites, I suggested I do one for my boss and redesign their somewhat old website. So here goes! (more…)
Now that the Indian Summer has left us, and we are spending our Sundays in the garden raking the fallen leaves off the grass, I have had some time to think about our first summer here in Louisville. And I must say it was a great one! As I went through my pictures, I noticed there were quite some things I did not get a chance to share with you. So as an ode to this perfect summer, I put together a short recap of our first Kentucky summer! (more…)
After receiving a couple of requests from you guys, I have decided to share my apple butter recipe. Some of you might know that we have had apples galore and were making everything under the sun to process as many as possible. Apple juice, apple jelly, apple sauce, apple compot, and…(drum roll) apple butter!
The warm days seem to be over and we are having our first morning frost. Still the sun has stayed with us, but we definitely need a jacket and scarf when going out. The Indian Summer did last a long time and I am very thankful for that! (more…)
Fall has slowly made its way to Louisville – quite a change for us Austrians, ’cause this time of year back home, the trees are already nacked and winter is settling in. In Kentucky the leaves are only now starting to change colors and lay out a colorful carpet in our garden. It is still quite warm as well, making the days we have needed a jacket outdoor a single digit. I am very much enjoying these late indian summer days, sucking up the sun as much as I can. (more…)
On our way back from our roadtrip, the drive from Niagra Falls to Louisville was indeed also a bit of a drag. So we decided to stop in Detroit to visit old friends, take a break and have some dinner. (more…)
After having been in Nashville – Tennessee, Asheville – North Carolina, Virginia Beach, Alexandria and Arlington – Virginia, to see the capital of the country, Washington DC, a short stop in Maryland lead us to Philadelphia, then Yarmouth and Provincetown on Cape Cod, our last leg on our Welcome-to-the-US roadtrip was Niagara Falls. (more…)
Hello there everyone! I know it has been long since my last post…waaaay too long and I am sorry about that! I was very bussy and have done a lot of things and I will try to update you on everything as soon as possible. But I want to be honest with you, I have been in a bit of a rut and have been having a rough time. (more…)
There are still two more stops on our road trip I did not tell you about so far. Cape Cod vagabonding up to Prvincetown and traveling back homeward while stopping in Niagra Falls. Since we are enjoying a bit of down time on the holiday week-end, I finally got around to showing you some of the amazing spots we discovered! (more…)