Since we still have this terrible war in the current conflict in Eastern Europe going, I would like to continue playing songs for peace and unity in this world for a while.

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Medieval Town Werdenberg (CH)

Yesterday, the weather was gorgeous again, although quite cold, and we considered going to the mountains. I needed fresh air and sunshine to recharge my batteries at least a little. However, we knew that skiers would have flooded every little hill, and there would be hardly any free car parking, but crowded alps instead. We decided to walk around a small lake that belongs to a small medieval town, which is only about 10 minutes away from us by car. Once there, we couldn’t resist walking through the beautiful town as well, and up to the castle.

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Summer Break 🌞🌴🌊


Over here, it is the first day for the kids to go back to school. For us, it is the first day of our vacation. It is not six weeks like the school kids had, but I am more than happy with two weeks. Right now, we are already at the airport to catch our flight to Corfu (Greece). The trip was planned last year as a gift my husband and I made each other for our 50th birthdays. We wanted to have a vacation together with all our (already grown-up) kids and my mother. But “Life Corona happened while we were making other plans”. Therefore, we are looking even more forward to the coming days.

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Enjoying A Gorgeous Summer Day🌞🏔🍧

After about two weeks of rain, we are enjoying our first real summer weekend. Yesterday, my husband and I decided spontaneously to take a trip to a nearby alpine lake (the Voralp Lake) in Switzerland. It is another beautiful and scenic place that is only about 25 minutes away from where we live. We walked around the lake and enjoyed some coffee, cake, and ice cream at the end. I enjoyed this spontaneous trip and the visit to the small lake restaurant so much. It felt like being on vacation, and it energized me like that.

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Fire workers Parade – My Daughter in her Drindl

Last weekend there was a big event in our country where all the fire workers (over here all are freelance fire workers) get together in a huge tent. My daughter and one of her friends agreed to help out and walk around selling schnapps. But before the big party started  they were leading the parade of the fire workers of our village. Here are some photos. My daughter is the one in the blue dirndl. Read more ›

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