Apopolgies

First I must apologize for not posting the last days and for not coming over with the promised photographs. The week did not start too good, because a kind of virus bite me and the hot weather knocked my circulatory out. Today I am a little shakey but it gets better. I am terribly behind schedule with everything, blog, customers, culture blog – on Friday is the first session of my seminar and I was told that 21 folks would like to attent: What am I to do with them?

Copycat that I am, I took austeres picture of her new 42s (https://63mago.files.wordpress.com/2007/04/dsc00579.jpg) as stimulation to show my own – now Amanda, what about you? Proxima? Let’s show the artificial parts!
Zorzi’s biography of Marco Polo is my actual read – adventure everywhere!

There is the promised kitchen-window-view. The way that follows the foot of the hill and comes back in the middle of its flank is one I take more or less regularly. It is a fine walk of a little more than one hour, a little escape-route.

And because you are so patient, this is a look into my room.

The cherry tree refused to be photographed. I simply did not get the picture I would like to get. and than it was one day too long and the blossoms had that dot of green within from the new leaves. I was not able to do it right. Nevertheless I think I will have some photographs in flickr or picasa.

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7 thoughts on “Apopolgies

  1. Well, it looks like you have as many books as I do. 😀 Gotta love the view from your new place. So pretty! Glad you’re feeling better. I have dreamed of studying history…If I’d have my Abitur I’d want to attend your seminar too.

  2. Hey! How did you get a picture of our dining room!?!? Yes, I too want to take your class, (you can even speak German and I’ll just sit their and smile like an idiot)What a beautiful view from your window too! And nice specs.I will indulge, likewise.-P

  3. High Proxima – I hope you are alright. WIll you show yours too?We’ll have a real international seminar. The last session has to be “on a cellar” as they say there: COLD beer and green trees.But that’s in 12 weeks!

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