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Summer time and the living is easy…

Posted by Allison on July 10, 2010

I love summer, I really do.  Winter and I do not see eye to eye.  I’ve never enjoyed the cold and for 20 years I’ve thought about moving to a more temperate climate.  Germany definitely fits the bill.  At least every other year in Germany fits the bill.  This year has see more extreme temperature in Germany than  I think most people here are used to.  In fact I’m sure of it other wise they would have frickin’ air conditioning!  Today it’s 38 Celcius with humidity at least 25%.  Some sites say the humidity is in the 30’s.  All that means that once again I’m blogging about the temperature.  It’s hot.

Tonight is the Castle burning and Germany’s final World Cup match against Uruguay. The other day we went all out on the German food hoping to send some luck to the team. It didn’t work.  But we had an amazing supper.

YUP, bratwurst with sauerkraut and German potato salad.  I suppose since we’re in Germany it’s just potato salad.  Kind of like calling it Chinese food in China.

We thought sauerkraut would be one of those things we wouldn’t have to share with the kids, we were wrong.

Luckily there is always something just for Mommy…


Oh, and here’s me in the backyard again, the one time I ventured away from the fan all day today.  I’m explaining how I need the drying racks my neighbours have so I don’t have to use the dryer in the summer time.

Most people here don’t have dryers or they have them but only use them in the winter.  It’s a habit I’m going to get into….

Apparently my stealth like picture taking has resulted in a very fuzzy shot, but you get the idea…

One Response to “Summer time and the living is easy…”

  1. Meems said

    I have a drying rack like that. I use it for my sweaters in the winter.

    If I visited you, I promise you would not have to share your sauerkraut with me.

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