My move to Germany (August 2014)

baby's first flight to germany

Three and a half weeks ago I moved to Germany with my baby girl.

After a lot of traveling back and forth every few months for the past year, it was time. I don’t speak German even a little and that was my main concern, but so far the transition has been pretty smooth. I’m so blessed to have our base already set up. The apartment was fixed up and furnished before we got here. And within the first few days, we’d already met with many people who spoke to me in English which was ‘Wunderbar!’  I’m learning how to navigate the city and travel on the trams. I’ve only just started venturing out on my own and so people have been pretty nice about me not understanding them. 🙂 So I just say ‘Hallo (Hello), Danke schoen(Thank you), Tschüss(Good bye)!”

More updates to come.

Here’s a sampling of what my new life looks like.

flower shop

I’m not sure exactly where this was…we saw it on one of the first days, But it was only the first of many.

Leipzig City Hall

City Hall…not what I’m used to at home 🙂

Fountain Oper Leipzig

The fountain in front of the opera house where we met some old friends the other day.

Back Garden

The view of the back garden from the kitchen.. I love that tree!!!

Old House

More than I could have hoped for…The house is really old which I love. So much history!!!

But for now I’ll just say Tschüss from Germany! 🙂

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I'm Kari, I blog about travel, faith, health, my family, etc.

I'm Kari, I blog about travel, faith, health, my family, etc.

Right now I'm working on a Culture Expedition project with my family to learn more about different places in the world and the people that live there.
I'm Kari, I blog about travel, faith, health, my family, etc.
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