Saturday, July 31, 2010
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Monday, July 26, 2010
Sunday, July 25, 2010
Friday, July 23, 2010
Sangerhausen, Sachsen - Anhalt - just bit more than 100 km away from Wolfenbüttel, we went to visit the World's biggest collections of roses. We walked around the garden for 3 hours or more, so many beautiful roses and other flowers arrangements, landscape and different kinds of arts about flowers and gardens.
after visiting Sangerhausen we drove to Stolberg, i'll post about our trip there next....
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Sunday, July 18, 2010
Friday, July 16, 2010
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
" life is like riding a bike... if you stop pedalling... you'll never reach your journey or dreams..." i read this somewhere from someone, i find these words so true...
our life after my husband Michael was out in the hospital had some changes, but still we do some light and simple things that we really enjoy doing together like biking around Wolfenbüttel and Braunschweig, since it's summer now we do biking, picking strawberries, just enjoying each day...
today he goes back to work and just like before it seems nothing happened to him, smiling and kiss me as he came home.... and then i thought oh, God is really good... I thank God for everyday i see my husband getting better and stronger each day... and he's talking about travelling again, he said we'll travel in Tunesia or Turkey between September and October.
Life is full of challenges, but we have faith in God and to each other.... so life goes on.... and we'll keep on "pedalling...." :)
Saturday, July 10, 2010
i find myself lost on my way
which road shall i tread on
to lead me back on track again
choosing isn't always easy
and decisions are most likely tough
sometimes i run around in circles
only to find i was back where i start
i'd been to a road, wide and straight
and so is narrow and long
some i'd been is too steep
others just treacherous to pace
but, there's always a lesson
i learned somewhere here and there...
do not let the road ahead scares you
to find what lies beyond the bend
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Friday, July 9, 2010
One of the perks of being a teacher is having breaks -spring, thanksgiving, winter, summer, and more. We teachers look forward to it big time. It's a time to unwind, relax and, be off to visit places. One spring break, Doods and I, and several of our co-teachers set off to visit Branson Missouri. My co-teacher, Excem, invited us to join them at Branson. Excem and her husband, Scott, were in Branson a week ahead of everyone. The couple left early to meet some relatives at Branson. They stayed at Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel. They were impressed by the service. The employees were friendly and courteous. They were delighted by the ambiance and the clean surroundings. It also has flexible good deals for big and small groups, and has a number of amenities to choose from.
A whole week was not enough to explore Branson. There were so many places to see and experience. This photo of Doods and me was taken in front of the Ride the Duck headquarters. If you're looking for a quack-taceous experience aboard an amphibious vehicle, then this is the ride for you. This ride combines music with historical accounts. Ride around the town and take a plunge in the lake aboard the WWII replica of the DUCW. We really had fun with Ride the Duck. the captain was kind enough to let us sit beside him in front, how cool is that!
There are still a lot of sights to see. We are definitely coming back to see the rest. Before we left, we checked out the Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing, another place that offers spectacular accommodation and affordable deals. Good packages are available for both big and small groups. Not to mention, the location -yes, at the heart of Branson. Cool huh! We are thinking of inviting my sister and her family to come visit Branson with us.
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