Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Update: we are still alive

It has been well over six months since Corinne or I have had a chance to post anything new. I just wanted to apologize to all of our readers and give a quick explanation of what has been happening in our lives. Since our last post, we have moved into our new house. That has taken up so much of our time getting things in order, fixing things that needed to be fixed and just getting settled in. Corinne finished up her student teaching semester which left basically no time for any good cooking or even sit down dinners. It was take out and microwave virtually every night. After she graduated we spent part of the summer in Germany (we do have a number of pictures I want to post from that as soon as possible). Now we are back home and Corinne is starting her 1st year teaching so its still going to be difficult to find time to cook good meals and share them with all of you. I will be doing my best to post more often and not let over half a year go by without any updates. Thank you all for your continued support!

p.s. below I added a couple pics from Germany, nothing food related yet, im going to save all the for a later post.

Looking up at the St. Thomas Church in Leipzig

Top floor of the famous Hofbräuhaus in Munich

View from the top of the Völkerschlachtdenkmal in Leipzig.

(according to a sign in the viewing area, the building below is labeled as a Crematorium)

Garden Temple in Munich

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Michele said...

Good luck with all your new ventures! I hope to see some posts very soon!

haleysuzanne said...

So glad to see you guys are back! Congrats to Corinne on graduating and starting teaching! Looking forward to your shots of Germany.

Mimi said...

Welcome back you two! I kept checking back and it was so quiet over here that I started to get worried!

Corinne, congratulations on the new career!

Daniel said...

Thanks for the continued support of our site, and I can assure you there will be many more Germany pics coming up soon! We took well over 1500 photos!