Sunday, July 23, 2006

One Year

 Like I said yesterday today marks 1 yr since the boys and I arrived in Germany. Chad arrived 2 weeks before us. This year has truly just flown by! Today I had the pleasure of taking my new neighbor's to the comissary as well as just around base so the wife who just got here a couple days ago, so she can see where everything is.

Before that though here's how our day went. Church, then Jack decided to twirl around and fall hard and split his chin open, it was in the shape of a cross, not big, but seemed fairly deep to me. We came home, I changed him out of the bloody clothes, cleaned him up a bit. We ran by BK for some quickl lunch and off to the ER. We were there for about 2 hrs. They didn't have to give him any stitches just used glue. He said it was hurting still this evening, but by the time he went to bed he wasn't talking about it.

It's been requested that I share pictures of here's a few! :)


Wurzburg Residentz



A beautiful church, Chad and I visited while he was home for R&R


Coburg Castle



Germany Fields

Schloss Seehof


A View of The beautiful city we live the left is St.Michael's Montesary and on the Right is The Dom (pronounced Dome).


Chad and Jack looking into the river by the Old Rothouse aka court house


View of river from the other side of the Rothouse You can see the timbered side of the Rothouse, a better view of the timbered is next.



This is my favorite picture I've taken of St.Michael's at dusk.


One of the typical styled buildingsin our city


Some buildings and my van is in the picture too...the dark blue van it's beside the light colored car! :)

Alley way to one of the many Beer Gardens in town!


Well I know they're not all of the country side, but this hopefully will give you an idea of where we have been living for the last year!



sangrialel said...

what awesome pictures Christy!  Linda

lv2trnscrb said...

loved the pictures, Christy; they were great! Germany is a very pretty country to live in :)

sorry about more Jack; hope it doesn't leave a scar.


deshelestraci said...

Very cool!  Maybe you will be there long enough for the boys to retain memories of Germany.  It looks great.

trickeytricky said...

Hey Hey! Just think of all the amazing things you all have gotten to see over there that some of us stuck in the valleys of Ohio haven't. I love your photos!

Glad to hear Jack has forgotten his injuries already! LOL. :-D My kinda kid.

Take Care!

Amanda :)

grahamfarmga said...

I hope Jack is healing well.
I enjoyed the pictures looks like a beautiful place