Tag Archives: Germany

Auf wiedersehen, never goodbye

18 Jul

A day set aside for outstanding wishes: a visit to Ladenburg built upon an ancient Roman outpost, a late lunch of Jaegerschnitzel at Ruine Strahlenburg with its gorgeous view of the Rhein-Neckar valley, and fun chasing the kids at Jump Inn. This part of Germany (Heidelberg and the surrounding area) is like a second home to me. That’s why, though I cannot yet stay, it is never good-bye but only ‘auf wiedersehen’. Bis zum nächsten Mal, meine Freunde. Tschüss!


Stuttgart in the rain and underground

16 Jul

I lost my heart in HD

12 Jul

I first moved to Heidelberg, Germany in 1998, a newly single Army officer in his mid-thirties with a broken heart. I left in 2002, married again, with another child on the way, en route to my dream assignment. It has been a long rocky road since then, but that beautiful ancient city where the Neckar River breaks out of the Odenwald is where I finally came into my own. Because of that, although I didn’t grow up there it will always feel like home to me. Peace.


9 Jul

Some places just draw you to them. It isn’t necessarily the people, the culture, or your own memories there. Sometimes it’s the land itself or that point in space. I don’t know if it’s the magnetic field or the collected history, the alignment of energy, or something else. Sometimes you just know, there, you’re home.


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