Taking the plunge. . .

I’ve pondered the possibility of a blog for the past several years, waffling back and forth about whether I had anything to say that anyone else would want to read or see.  I’ve finally decided to just give it a whirl.  What you might see here is pretty varied, as are my hobbies and interests.  Books, knitting, photography, and digital scrapbooking are things that I’m passionate about.  I think you might just find anything here.  Stay tuned. . .

3 thoughts on “Taking the plunge. . .

  1. Hello Abycat,
    first off all I will thank you for your comment on my blog.
    I try to answer in English and hope, your German is much better then my Schoolenglish 🙂
    I found your blog this week and I love the combination from knitting and scrapbooking.
    Since 2 Years I scrap cards, notebooks and albums. I try Project Life, but I don’t have the time to scrap so often and constantly.
    And now in German 🙂
    Wenn Du Lust hast, mir zu erzählen wohin in Deutschland Du im Herbst kommst, kann ich Dir vielleicht ein paar Tipps geben 🙂
    Ich wünsche Dir auf Deiner Reise durch Deutschland und Österreich viel Spaß und eine schöne Zeit.
    Tine

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  2. Tine, I’m sure that your English is better than my German. I can read and understand better than I can formulate thoughts to reply anymore. But I try. And Google Translate helps out some.

    Wir werden Wien und Salzburg ersten fünf Tage zu besuchen. Dann werden wir weiterziehen nach München für 4 Tage. Nach Heidelberg, um unseren Sohn für ein Wochenende zu sehen. Unsere letzten Tage in Deutschland wird in Hamburg sein. Von dort aus werden wir nach Uelzen gehen, Freunde zu sehen. Wir fliegen nach Hause von Amsterdam.

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  3. That’s fine.
    For this nice Trip I have no Tips for you. In Munich and Heidelberg are so many Standards you have to look, that Tips not necessary. Uelzen is nearer “Ruhrgebiet” but I know this town only from the freeway exit ramp 🙂
    So I’m sorry, that I can not realy help. I wish you a wonderful and happy time with your son and with Germany of course.
    Tine
    PS You and Google Translate are a great Team 😉

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