I have been working on a cowboy costume for the past few weeks. And on Sunday, it got to present itself to the world of the student costume party! :) The motto was "Throwback Thursday", and the best costume got a prize. Quite a few people showed up in costume, including a fighter pilot, a … Continue reading Costume Party!
Yesterday, I spent the afternoon creating a collage sign. Today, that sign was out on the annual Christmas market down in the village: I, and a few other students set up a booth there, so we could get in touch witht the locals a little. We sold cotton candy, handmade soap, and handmade paper-beed necklaces. … Continue reading A Christmas Market Fundraiser!
I'm in a small town in Germany. My closest neighbors are a few sheep, a nursing home, and the forest on the hill. You would think that I couldn't be connected to the outside world in a place like this, but that's not the case. Especially not today: In the morning I heard about South-East-Asia … Continue reading A Global Day!
(I know I'm late on this, but happy New Year 2017!) I had a lot going on, but due to severe technical issues, I was not able to actively post anything. It was frustrating, but if you have a dark sense of humor (which I do) it was also funny: First, I broke my laptop … Continue reading Back from the Dead!
To summon up last week: I was in Bavaria for 5 days on a retreat (Monday-Friday), and moved to Ewersbach in Hessen on Saturday. The reasons for this are that I am now a theology student, and the school is in the little town of Ewersbach. The retreat was a "beginning-of-the-year-retreat" for the students. The … Continue reading Moving to Ewersbach!