There’s so much you miss if you forget to look up

   While waiting for public transport earlier, I looked up & this is what I saw. Tell me what’s wrong with this again. Nothing, I tell you.  This is coincidentally where I was standing last summer after the German national football team won their fourth World Cup. What a night that was.  Back to normal,… Continue reading There’s so much you miss if you forget to look up

I ate the Donut Burger, so you wouldn’t have to

Food trucks have made their way to Munich. They’re not quite brand new, but they’re relatively fresh on the scene. So, there was an event today called Circus of Food, and there I was with Ella and Louis wandering from food truck to food truck trying to make the most of my choice. What delicacy… Continue reading I ate the Donut Burger, so you wouldn’t have to

they’ve just locked away their goods for the rest of the weekend

   Reading more blogs about living in Germany, I’m noticing there’s quite a lot of material I’ve not even bothered to cover here. When you live somewhere long enough, even as an outsider, you begin to take local oddities for granted.  Last week, for example, I was rushing out the door to grab some milk,… Continue reading they’ve just locked away their goods for the rest of the weekend

Generosity toward the future

   ‘Real generosity toward the future consists in giving all to what is present.‘ (Albert Camus) Perhaps it’s a side effect of aging, but I find myself complaining about weather more than I did when I was younger. When I was quite young, my grandmother was obsessed with watching the evening news, and the part… Continue reading Generosity toward the future

Hiding behind the curtain

A┬átopic that I find myself thinking about when considering what to write about here has to do with the ‘Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain‘ line that I’ve had on this blog since I started it. See, I’ve talked with plenty of people about online privacy and blogging and how much of… Continue reading Hiding behind the curtain