Childhood Friends as Mothers

Childhood friends as mothers.

The girls, born in Germany in 1983 and 1984, were friends as babies and toddlers and young girls

1986 Kentucky

Laura at bottom. Anna at top.

Here they are as Mothers,

in 2018 with their own children

Anna with Elio. Laura with Charlie

A Rabbit Babywearing

Michelle Weber challenges bloggers to show a photo of something unexpected this week- the word is unlikely

Wasn’t expecting a rabbit carrying a “baby” –

but it was Easter time.

Window display showing baby carriers for sale in Berlin.

https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/unlikely/

Signs of Spring in Berlin: Weekly Photo Challenge

Awakening 2. Signs of Spring in Berlin. Real time.

Yesterday’s post was of Grandson Charlie when he was brand new, just opening his eyes- from the 2015 archives. I caused a bit of confusion as he’ll celebrate his 3rd birthday in June.

https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/awakening/

Five Ceramic Trivet Tiles

My sister-in-law has a houseful of these ceramic tiles. Seriously, you’d be astounded if you saw her collection. I’ll have to get a number. How convenient they’re squares. AND circles in squares.

With just a couple days left to respond to the March Square challenge, I was rummaging in the the built-in China closet.

These were standing up in the back along the shelf. I placed them on various tiles and tables around the house to capture them for the challenge .

Naïf Villeroy and Bloch Grafenwoehr Germany

Christmas Naïf

Zagreb Croatia

Canterbury Tales

Check out Becky Bs post today

Did you see any donkeys last Sunday?

Something About Trains

Little boys love trains. It was fun going to experience the model trains through Charlie’s eyes.

“There are five miniature trains running on 280 feet of track.”

Monday morning, Laura and Charlie and I went to the Columbus Main Library downtown to see the Huntington Holiday Train Display.

The train display is a tradition since 1992 built by Paul Busse. He created all the buildings with moss, seeds, pine cones, bark and natural plant materials

The setting is Bavaria in Germany, buildings patterned after Rothenburg and Bernkastel- the Frauenkirche Cathedral is one in Dresden- Columbus Sister City. You might recognize Mad Ludwig’s castle.

in the Children’s Library there is a wonderful aquarium.

http://www.columbuslibrary.org/come-see-huntington-holiday-train-main-library