… and the last one of the four Easter holidays. So, I am taking a break today and will continue posting tomorrow as usual.Read more ›
… and the last one of the four Easter holidays. So, I am taking a break today and will continue posting tomorrow as usual.Read more ›
I had to reblog this one! Can you guess who Beth’s one follower from Liechtenstein is?
i have exactly one blog follower
in the micro country of liectenstein
with so many interesting things about this amazing tiny place
here are just a couple of examples:
in 1886 liectenstein had an army of 80 men who fought during the austro-prussian war
they suffered no injuries or deaths
and returned with 81 men because they made a new italian friend from the opposition army.
the army was disbanded soon after and they haven’t had an army since.
and then there was the accidental invasion which didn’t cause much of a stir:
i really love their approach to life
and i’m guessing my one reader is a pretty laid-back person
and with such a tiny country
perhaps a descendent of that new italian friend they brought back from the war?
here’s to liectenstien!
“be so good they can’t ignore you.”
image credit: expat.com
The Rhine valley is well known as a föhn area. Föhn is a warm and strong wind that can turn into devastating storms, mostly due to the heavy impacting squalls. The following is an excerpt of what Wikipedia says:Read more ›
After the heavy snowfall that gave us record amounts of snow in less than two days, we had the most glorious winter day yesterday. Of course, we had to go for a walk through the closer neighborhood. Most of the paths were impossible to walk. In some places, individual people had already tried to make their way through the high masses of snow. It was still a big challenge to follow in the footsteps of the others and to stay stable. The snow cover reached almost to my waist. When walking through the snow, I sank in partly far above my knees. It was fun!Read more ›
From Thursday night on, winter wanted to show us that it still has power over the season. It snowed heavily. For the first hours, we had some ugly winds too. On Thursday afternoon, I was shoveling the driveway three times. Later, my son took over, thank God. But once it was done, we could have started over again. It snowed for almost two days. Liechtenstein and parts of Switzerland, Austria, and Germany were concerned with complete traffic chaos, blocked streets (also because of broken trees and branches), and avalanche alerts. Here are some expressions from the last days:Read more ›
On the last day of the year, I took a walk through the forest above a part of the village I grew up. It was a very friendly day and mostly sunny. Enjoy some impressions 😊Read more ›
Last Saturday afternoon, it started to snow, and it snowed throughout Sunday. After no snow at all last season, I enjoyed it coming down again. I thought I’d share some photos of the landscape but also of our Christmas lights within the snow.Read more ›
Today, I would like to share a few photos of my garden again that I took over the past two weeks, and the last ones only yesterday. I am amazed by how many spring flowers are blooming for a second time or how many others are still blossoming.Read more ›
Due to the big birthday party last weekend, I could not make it to schedule my regular posts for this week. But instead, I share some photos of my garden again and how it changed over the past two months. New flowers appeared and have blossomed, and some others have grown into large bushes. Let’s go for a quick tour.Read more ›
Bee gave me the biggest smile today when I received a pingback from her post about Liechtenstein. Please take some minutes and enjoy the breathtaking facts about that little country I live in.
Here we go with the last visit to my little oasis. I began to replant this part of the garden this spring. Therefore some plants are only settling. Still everything is developing and most plants have grown even bigger than they look on the picture. Also here too, I took pictures between May and July to catch the flowers at their most beautiful stages. I leave you with a collection of impressions.Read more ›
And forward we go with the tour around my garden. This time we stop at my rose garden. I love roses, but seriously, who doesn’t. I have had roses all over the place but wanted to create a spot only dedicated to that queen of flowers too. I created this part of the garden this Spring. I am cutting the roses frequently. That way, they are blooming during the whole season over and over again. A joy to see!Read more ›
Today, I would like to take you to the east side of my garden. It contains the enclosure for my tortoise and my herbal garden. One of the most impressive plants in my garden is a beautiful willow. I planted it 19 years ago when we moved in. It was removed and replanted twice. For several years it stayed just the same until all of a sudden it began to literally reach out to the sky. We cut it last year because it grew too big and almost touched the house.Read more ›
Today, I would like to share another spot in my garden: The front yard. Also here, I took pictures from spring (unfortunately I missed to take more pictures then) on in order to show the several plants over the months and the different faces of the place. So, don’t be confused.Read more ›
During the coming summer weeks, I will change my posting routine. I want to take my time to work on my projects and studies peacefully and more focused. Also, I will put enjoying myself and the weather first for charging my batteries and centering myself again. That means I won’t be posting daily but will take the chance to share pictures of my garden occasionally, as well as posting spontaneous when inspiration hits me. I will be back at my regular postings any time in August. But now let me take you to the first stop in my garden.Read more ›
Hi, folks. I am dropping in for sharing some pictures of a short noticed walk in our mountains. The weather forecast is not very reliable lately. From partly cloudy to thunderstorms, you hear everything. (Right now, while I am writing this post, we are having a thunderstorm). But how lucky are we to live in an area where we are so close to beautiful places. We decided to drive to Malbun that is the ski and hiking region of our country. From there, we walked up to the Sareis for having a coffee and ice cream. Downwards we took the chairlift. Here are some photos from the walk and the area around.
Although clouds passed by and took turns with sunny moments, it was always warm.
Arriving at the destination at 2000 m/3600 ft, we enjoyed a beautiful view of the mountains and mountain chains around there before I finally got to my ice cream and coffee 😋
And down we went again. I was joyfully sitting into that chairlift… completely forgetting that I am afraid of heights. After we passed the meadow at the beginning of the ride (as you can see on the photo where I gladly show my feet), the ground disappeared, and I felt like hanging above an abyss. Although basically I knew, I was caught of gard. It was a terrible moment that I cannot even describe. I had not expected my reaction which shocked me too. I managed to keep my panic attack under control but therefore spent half of the ride with closed eyes… lol. So the pictures you see were taken by my husband.
On the way down to the valley, I needed to stop to take pictures of the gorgeous view of the upper part of the Rhine valley. A beautiful area, I am blessed to live.
In Love and Light
Today, I would like to share the view from a place to which I look at daily from home. Last year, on a warm summer evening, we went up the “Staubern” and had a breathtaking view down to the valley and I could even spot my house. It is about 1,860 m above sea level. We went up there by a ropeway and enjoyed not only this gorgeous view but also a delicious cheese fondue. Enjoy the trip!Read more ›
Today, I would like to share some photos of the place I live or actually what I see when I look out of my windows or being in my garden. I hope you feel the energy and peace a little bit that is coming from this place. To me, it is anything but a challenge to stay at home. I can finally absorb this all a little more and it fills me totally – much needed. While preparing this post, all I can hear is the sound of the birds.Read more ›
Just dropping in quickly with a spontaneous post. It is dedicated to our Gary of bereavedsingledad.blog. He is a big fan of Switzerland and I told him about the view I have from my house towards the mountains. (I am living in Liechtenstein which is right in between Austria and Switzerland.) Gary asked me to share some photos. Since the weather is not so good right now, I decided to dig out some winter photos I took some years ago.Read more ›
Today the principality is celebrating its 300th birthday. It is not a holiday but there are quite some events taking place. Read more ›
Yes, sure, there are much bigger wedding parties. But then again 80 guests are already a lot. And I have never attended a wedding with so much thoughtfulness on all ends like this one. The frames on the table of the bridal couple are one of those little details which amazed me. So sweet. And it went like this the whole evening through.
The wedding party took place at a big and atmospheric vineyard. We were welcomed by the DJ who played on the Saxophone outside for a first welcome drink.
There were separate rooms for the extensive wedding dinner,
(Here is an excerpt of the room. Every table was dedicated to the theme of a Disney movie. The couple decorated every table in the colors of the movie. I was seated at the Frozen table.)
for the performances,
and there was a place for the “photo box”. Here the guests could take pictures for the couple or themselves and there was a coffer with items to masquerade and make the shootings more fun. The photos were immediately printed and meant that we put them into a book and add some words for the couple. A book for the couple with happy moments of that evening.
Once the couple arrived my son-in-law’s brother welcomed them with his helicopter (he is the European Champion 2014 of model aircraft).
Of course also over here the restoring procedure continued…
There were so many highlights and very touching moments. When the newlyweds exchanged their vows for example. The deep love they feel for each other and the strong bond that connects them, the gratitude and awareness for the gift of each other… really, that touched everybody’s heart deeply. What was extremely beautiful were the gifts the two had for each other. The groom created 365 hearts. On every heart, he put a reason why he loves his bride. The bride created a slideshow about their incredible story of how they met. She sang to it live… of course the songs where Disney songs since both love Disney. They were given the collective present of the guests which is a collection of recipes for the couple individually designed from each guest. We got to see the slideshow of both of their wedding-eve-parties (which was hilarious). But there was so much more like the slideshow of us parents, the gifts of both witnesses, a lottery where 12 people were randomly picked via numbers to gift the couple with something specific each month (I was picked too and lucky to go for an ice cream with them in July… yay), there was the wedding dance, a helicopter show at night, … It would be too much to go into detail of each and every surprise and performance. You know what, I simply let the photos speak. Enjoy!
Hmm, and regarding my shoes… the second pair could not heal what the first pair had already damaged… it was a big relief to throw them into a corner at 3 am.
In Love and Light
I am sorry that it took me so long to post part two. Once we received the photos from the official photographer it was already December and I had no time to go for this post. But eventually, here we are. In part 1 I wrote about the preparations, the hectic, my and my daughter’s nervousness, and the unexpected challenge we had to face when I was already about to leave for the church. If you want to read about it, please click here. So, once out of there I enjoyed the cool October air when rushing to the car in my full-length, narrow dress, and my high-heels. I was really nervous since I was a little behind my schedule. As you may remember, I still had a job to do in the church which only a handful people knew about. Read more ›
Here we go with the first post of the big wedding. Perhaps you are wondering about the title. Why “imperial”? This is a word play with my daughter’s new sure name which is “Kaiser”. Translated into English it means “Emporer”. I always said that my little princess becomes an empress. Anyway, let’s finally start with the story. Read more ›
Last Wednesday, my daughter married her dream man and my son-in-law his dream girl. It was only the civil part which we all did not think was much of a big deal but it turned out more touching and emotional than expected. It is a gift and a blessing – more than I can express – to see my princess and her new husband so happy. He is one of those men, who anticipates a woman every wish. It is his greatest happiness to see her happy. She is fully aware of that and does the same for him. Amazing how they read each other. A dream couple! Read more ›
When feeling love
I’m feeling you
Feeling you in all I do
Last Monday was the first sunny day after a week of rain and low temperatures. In addition to it, it was a holiday too. So when I pondered whether I shall clean the windows or go for a walk the decision was made easily and quickly… lol! Read more ›
Hello, everyone! Today I am coming up with a different kind of thought – educational thoughts. Really, I am not into YouTubers. I basically only listen to music on YouTube. But my son forwarded the video below to me. Read more ›
Yesterday I posted photos from some challenged plants in my garden and the broken big branch of my willow after Friday’s heavy snowfalls. Above you can see the branch I sawed into pieces. Read more ›
Yesterday was the second day when winter showed us that it was not willing to let spring reign. I woke up to a completely white world (as you can see on the picture above – usually this tree stands completely upright) and it was snowing all day and sometimes even worse than in winter itself. We were lucky over here since the roads were in good conditions. But there was chaos only a few kilometers west of us on the streets and highways in Switzerland. I was almost alone at work because people could not even get out of their garages and it was too dangerous to drive with summer wheels – which meanwhile each car has at this time of the year. It is nature, so what? And it basically doesn’t influence my mood but it resulted in some damages. Read more ›
It has stopped snowing last night and today it all truly looks like a winter wonderland. Since the streets are free of snow again, I wouldn’t mind it staying like this for a while. But the sun already does its job. I am glad I could catch some nice views for you again.
The past two to three days we had some milder weather due to the warm air stream we get at times. It is called “Foehn” and can turn out to a huge warm storm. Even in winter, it can cause temperatures here in the alps up to 15 °C (about 60 °F). We only got 3 – 5 °C which was already nice. But yesterday within only 2 hours the Foehn broke down and the weather changed dramatically into storms with snow falls. It all calmed down by last evening. But during the night heavy snowfall started again and it has not stopped yet! Read more ›
I know, this is not the best take of the moon. But I loved the whole scenery. I took this photo last Wednesday morning from the second floor of my house. It was still dark night. But the moon was almost blinding. It illuminated the clouds behind the mountains and gave them a glowing frame. Although that full moon was shining so brightly you can even see some stars too.
Just wanted to share this! Have a great Saturday and a lovely weekend!
In Love and Light!
Today we are celebrating our National Holiday in Liechtenstein. There is a huge festival going on in our capital from early afternoon on. Food stands and severals music stages, as well as attractions for kids, are attracting thousands of visitors. The highlight is always the big 30 minutes firework from the castle at 10 pm. This year the organization committee expects about 40’000 people to join the annual party. See also my post National Holiday In Liechtenstein
Have an awesome day and a fantastic start into the week! Read more ›
Yesterday I took some more pictures from my garden. It is wonderful how it seems to blossom every day more. Have a lovely Sunday! Soon with you again… Read more ›
Happy Sunday to all of you! I am having my first relaxed Sunday for ages. In addition to it we are having a gorgeous summer day today. I am enjoying myself in sitting on my patio and writing, writing, writing. Soon I will take a bath in the sun, having an ice cream, and simply enjoy life. I just want to share some photos of my garden I took in the early afternoon. not everything is in full bloom already but close to. I just cannot wait to show you some excerpts. Read more ›
What a day! I did not expect me posting today but I really need to relax for a moment with you guys. I’ve had a real marathon day.
Just quickly! We are having a beautiful spring day. Temperatures are in the upper 60s, the sun is shining and when I got the party sandwiches I discovered these little guys in my garden.
I try to be back later at night! Hope you all enjoy your Sunday!
In Love and Light
Last year I posted about our tradition called “Funken Sunday”. I repost it below but add a new photo taken last Sunday when the event took place again. It was taken from my living room. Since we are that close …. why going out into the rainy cold night and smelling like a roasted pork … lol!
Next week my youngest son is skiing with his class all week long. He is not a ski fan (as no one of us is) but he had to practice a little in order to get the feeling again. It was a beautiful day.
The village is called Malbun and it is our ski region. On the photo, you see one of the ski pistes. It is a small one. The bigger ones are in the background and on the side above and behind the trees. Read more ›
I just took these photos from my willow tree. Read more ›
I don’t participate in Throwback Thursday. But it just made sense to me to share a post from last year. We still don’t have any snow but I would love to share our Christmas lights with you. Last year we did not have snow until December 26th. But then it started snowing and did not stop for days. See here: Read more ›
Still spring temperatures between 60° and 65° every day for about two weeks. Nature enjoys it as we do (Thank you, Volkswagen😘) . This will come to a sudden ending on the weekend when winter might be going to show is first appearance. But by then we keep enjoying. Read more ›
Yesterday on my way home I looked to the mountains and saw how spectacular the clouds seemed like rolling over them like an avalanche. I hurried home in order to take pictures before the whole magic was over. Read more ›
Lately I started a random series about my adventures with the English language in a world that speaks German. English has become a part of my life when we moved to Buffalo 17 years ago. A few years after we were back again I started a daily email conversation with my best friend for a quite a while who lives in California. Since May 2014 I am running this blog and my daily working hours on it are increasing. Meanwhile I can say that I spend 90 percent of my time in English rather than in German. That can be a little tricky… Read more ›
Today we are having a beautiful, beautiful Summer Sunday. It is hot and there are no clouds around. I slept long today and had a nice breakfast. After that I drove to my uncle who lives right across the Austrian border for picking up something. That is only a 15 minutes drive. On the way back I couldn’t resist to take some pictures. Read more ›
Today is our National Holiday! I did a post last year about it and thought I could post an adjusted version for today. I hope you like it! Have a wonderful day. Read more ›
On the west side of our house hidden between bushes and the guinea pig enclosure there is a little bench. It is my chill out zone, my recovery zone, my meditation zone, or the place I am by myself when I try to get my thoughts and feelings in order. From here I watch the sunset behind the mountains and enjoy the most peaceful time in becoming one with nature. Read more ›
I am living close to the Swiss border. Just a drive down a little hill and crossing the bridge which leads over the river Rhine. We have an open border between our two countries. Last evening we were out for dinner right across the river. Since I still mustn’t drive with my foot I thought I’d take some photos for you in order to show you my way home. Read more ›
I can’t help it and take pictures again and again. My garden shows a different face every day. Read more ›
Tonight: Sunset behind the mountains Read more ›
Two days ago we had a beautiful clear sky without any clouds. It was after 10 pm. I threw my crutches on the floor and waddled outside in order to take pictures. It wasn’t dark enough yet to see the beauty of the twinkling night sky but I was glued to two beautiful bright shining starts right above the mountains. They were like waving and kissing the day good-bye as a last greeting from heaven before the night covers the world with peaceful silence. Read more ›
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 ›
I took photos of a thunderstorm coming closer. At the moment it is right above us – stormy and loud! The vividness of nature! Read more ›
I am living in the Rhine Valley. A valley in the midst of the Swiss and Austrian Alps. The flying wildlife is beautiful. I am amazed by birds of prey like eagles, hawks, and all the others. My favorite bird is the Bald Eagle. During the past few years the number of Red Kytes increased a lot. This year is stunning. They are coming pretty close and sometimes I think I could look them in the eye. I made it to take a picture of one. Read more ›
Many of you know that my favorite flowers are roses (preferred white ones). I have about 30 rose bushes around my house. Judy from Edwina’s Episodes recently posted photos of her beautiful roses. When we were talking about it she asked me to post some photos of mine, too. Here is are some of my beauties. Enjoy! Read more ›
I just feel so thankful when I recalled the past days. It started on Monday with my guest post at Colleen’s blog, 4 awards (I was even nominated for a brand new award by Carolina), a very successful Tuesday… 😈 😉 😌 … , amazing interactions with all of you – some very profound with new followers, and the long weekend with sun and heat within the 90s every day including one relaxing lazy day. One top happening this week is an offer I got from a friend here on WordPress. It would be another step on the ladder of my dreams. Or actually it is an opportunity to expand the dream I am already living. Read more ›
I am sitting outside with my laptop. It is 9.30 pm. The sun has set 90 minutes ago but it is not dark yet. The birds are slowly stopping their twittering in order to let the crickets sing their beautiful summer melody. Read more ›
My lovely and adorable friend, Ritu from But I Smile Anyway considered me my blog worthwhile the Versatile Blogger Award. Thank you so much, Ritu! You are an example of versatility. Being gifted with this award by you really means a lot! Please check out Ritu’s blog in case you don’t know her yet. She is one of my rays of sun here on WordPress. Read more ›
A few days ago I remembered a casting many years ago wich was organized by a bank over here. They wanted to produce a calendar. Kids all over the country were asked for “My greatest treasure”. On the casting there were made photos of the kid and its treasure. My daughter wanted to participate. When I asked her about her greatest treasure her answer brought tears to my eyes. She spontaneously said: “You, mommy!” I still get wet eyes thinking of that moment.
OK, I am very aware that today she would pose with her Guess purse… Read more ›
Do you remember my two pics from my post this morning? At the moment we are having a huge thunderstorm going Ohhh, I love thunderstorms. We had lightening all around. The sky was black and after a while it started hailing and shortly after a cloudburst came down. What an atmosphere…!!!
I tried to take photos from the lightning but that’s so difficult. At least I have some impressions for you: Read more ›
I found this sweet little guy on my patio. I guess the name in English is June Bug. We say May Bug… anyway it is only April. I hear them flying against the window when it is dark outside. I loved to have the little guy scrambling around on my hand in order to spread its wings and fly up to the blue sky in the end. Since I am a May bug too I love them. Read more ›
Yesterday I posted about my struggles with the modern technology: My son is running out of money in Totnes (England) because the money transaction did not work out – hopefully it is finally fixed. And then my outlook started to refuse its cooperation. First of all thank you all for your so lovely and compassionate encouragements. I felt helpless with this stuff and I got angry, too. You are amazing friends and I hug each one of you for your sweet comments. Read more ›
I don’t complain quickly… but at the moment I am really, really having a hard time to stay positive!!! It started that my outlook stopped working. I cannot open the programm. Therefore I cannot receive or send emails from my laptop and get no notifications about your posts. At least I have my phone in order to be informed. But emailing over it is a pain in the aaaannnneck! Please forgive me when I am not able to read all of your posts. I could go crazy… no email…. and I have no idea what’s wrong!!!
Then about an hour ago my son texted me nervously from England that he doesn’t have any money left on his cash card which he got for his stay. Yesterday I called the bank to upload a certain amount. It is supposed ot be on the card up to 4 hours later. OK so I called the bank again back and forth… finally they confirmed that the money went towards the card but they could see it did not arrive. They are about to fix the problem now with the cash center.
Tonight my brother in law has a big birthday party going…. and I would rather stay home and fix my outlook problem…. That bothers me to no end….
Anyway…. at least I got my new white rose for my garden. One of my beauties did not survive the winter. I don’t know what kind of white rose it will be since there are only bare twigs visible. I trust the shop owner that he sold me a bigger one. But actually I am already happy when it is a white one. A few years ago I bought white ones. When they blossomed I asked myself if pink is the new white…
I am sitting on my patio now and feel like sending some chilling photos from my garden. We just built a new enclosure for Hercules, my Greek Tortoise. Now the guinea pigs have the old enclosure for themselves…
Here is a picture I took from the place I sat on my magic hill yesterday. It is only two weeks since the last time but with the growing leaves everything looks different. I felt so cozy! It was beautiful.
Hope you have a good day so far.
In Love and Light!
Yesterday I spent some time in the forest again. I went to a different forest in order to discover new places to sit, dream, and meditate. I found a lovely place as well. But most of all I was so excited about finding lots of Forget-me-not all over the place (see photo above). Read more ›
I am still about to put all my tweets back into my TweetAdder account which I accidentally deleted two days ago. I found out that I had a lot over 100 tweets stored in there…. I guess I will simply stop at 100 since I currently add the latest anyway. So what, I just thought I’d take a break and “smell the (not yet blooming) flowers along the way”. I am sitting outside on my patio writing this post. The weather is gorgeous. We are far within the 60s today. I feel blooming myself. Read more ›
In the German-speaking countries we are having a tradition called Funken Sunday. It is the Sunday after carnival ended. Therefore people build a tower of twigs and wood and burn it at night. The meaning is to cast out winter. On the top of the wooden tower there hangs a witch. She represents winter and is filled with firecracker . When the witch explodes then winter is over. We will see… Read more ›
Yesterday was a totally foggy day in our valley. We planned a week ago to go to Malbun which is the place in our country where people go skiing. Driving up the mountain villages we reached the fog limit. Then driving through the tunnel we arrived in a different world. Our daughter’s boyfriend and our youngest son went skiing while my husband and I went for a walk through the beautiful landscape. The sun was beautiful and mirrored my happy mood. Read more ›
I know you all are longing for the warmer season. Believe me, so do I. But when I looked out of the window this morning I couldn’t help it to catch the scenery. I also took a short video. But for some reason I cannot upload it although I upgraded my media space. Don’t know what the problem is. However, my husband and I also took a walk in the early afternoon. I wanted to take some photos from the area since you always only see the place around my house. Unfortunately clouds covered the sky and made the light milky. Hope you like it anyway. Read more ›
Looking out of the windows yesterday morning and this morning showed a completely different picture. It snowed over night and there is supposed to be more snow until tomorrow evening. Read more ›
The sun is already getting closer to the mountains. About 30 minutes ago I took these pictures:
I thank http://www.amommasview.wordpress.com for the idea of sharing so many dream-like places on this planet. See the rules and participants here: https://amommasview.wordpress.com/blog-eventschallenges/nature-chills-challenge
Today I am coming up with a totally different post to this challenge than my first one.
After a period of foggy and heavily snowy days I enjoyed the sun of January 1st yesterday. I have to say that if I can choose I’d always chose the sun and the beach. But I learned to love winter in a whole new way. I love the silence when everything is covered with snow and looking at the clear night sky. I love it too look outside at night when it snows. The world is so peaceful then and the street lamps spend the most atmospheric light. I could stand at the window and stare outside for hours – if it wasn’t that cold…. lol. But his truly are moments I am totally within me, feel the pureness of nature and the simplicity of life.
In Love and Light!
The New Year has begun and it couldn’t have been any more beautiful!
It is the third day now of permanently snowing.
Two years without any snow. It looks like two winters are going to take place within three days!
Have a fun day.
In Love and Light!
Just some impressions! Have a beautiful day! Enjoy the time, have fun, relax…
Not crazy much snow but very atmospheric!
My daughter and her boyfriend left for London this morning. She just sent me a photo from the airport with the departures. Lots of oversea flights are delayed or even cancelled.
Hope you are safe and sound wherever you are.
Love and Light!
This morning when I opened up the windows a beautiful picture was welcoming me into the day. The sky was clear and the sun just reached the mountain tops. The fog was lying to the feet of the mountains like a river.
As you can see I took different exposition. Not always easy to take good photos with a phone.
I love nature. It is full of varieties all year-long!
In Love and Light!
At the end of the month I will be at the Happiness Fair in the capital of our country. I will be there for book signing and promoting my German book I’m Free. I will be at the booth the whole time from Friday to Sunday. Also on Sunday I am giving a lecutre! I am already very excited!!!
I’d love to meet the ones of you that are located closer to this area! I would enjoy a chat with you in person.
In Love and Light!
August 15th is our National Holiday! On this day in the morning the Prince and his family invite the residents to join them in the park of their castle for a chat, having a glass of wine and snacks. I never attended because to me it feels more like a see and being seen! That’s not my thing.
First the Prince – today it is the heir to the throne – gives a speech on the grassland next to the castle. There also used to be church service with the bishop. But two or three years ago they had a disagreement and the bishop refused to do it anymore. I don’t know what the problem was, since I was never interested in joining that event anyway!
In the afternoon a fair occupies the whole center of the capital Vaduz. You find all kinds of food, stuff to buy and fun rides for children. Also there are several stages where lots of national and international bands are performing their songs until late at night. During the festivities there is no traffic in that area. Also the public transportation system is for free all day long.
The highlight and the magnet for everyone coming to Vaduz is the traditional fireworks next to the castle at 10.00 pm. It lasts 30 minutes or sometimes longer. It is always a spectacular and impressive show! I took a lot of photos this year to be able to share it with you. Some of them really worked great.
In some pictures you can see an umbrella. It rained a lot the last weeks and unfortunately also last Friday. But we were lucky and had breaks in the afternoon and evening. So the city center was crowded like always. It started raining during the fireworks but it was not that bad anymore. So anyway it was a great event again!
Enjoy your Sunday. We will since it finally is a Sun-Day again!!!
In Love and Light!