A Day In Deutschland 

I cannot tell you how many times I have wished that I could just close my eyes, click my heels and return to Germany for just one day. I lived here with my husband and family between 1998 and 2008 but have not been back since. I had a layover in Frankfurt and was unexpectedly bumped from my flight to Casablanca last night –my wish has come true- I have been given a day in Germany! And already in the short time I’ve managed to do some of my most favorite German things:

1. Kaffeeklatsch

My DEAR friend Susi came all the way from Heidelberg to have a coffee with me at the airport!

2. Eat perfect pretzels 

3. Stare at walls of chocolate 

4. Watch German  T.V. Commercials 


6. Marvel at Incredibly  clean stairways

I still have a half day left here and I am sure I will add to the list. I am very excited to get to Morocco but meanwhile I will savor these next German hours! Ich liebe Deutschland!

QUESTION FOR KIDS: If you could go anywhere in the world for just 24 hours where would you go?

4 thoughts on “A Day In Deutschland 

  1. Dawn Pasniak

    Tatum said he would like to visit the Philippines where his uncle Doug lives. Uncle Doug helps children over there learn English. Uncle Doug communicates with Tatum via Skype and shows Tatum how the little boys and girls live and how different school is for them. Tatum enjoys learning new things from the other side of the world.


    • Jennifer Wilkinson

      Tatum I think it is fantastic that you have had the chance to learn about the Phillipines from your uncle. That is one place that would also
      LOVE to visit! It is so great to learn about different parts of the world! How long has your uncle lived there?


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