Friday, 11 May 2018
|In spite of all rollators we may have an occasional fall, so ...mind your step.|
Every year an enthusiastic group of volunteers in our churches organizes an interesting and pleasant day out for the senior members of the congregation, which is not at all an easy job. The thing is: they are all more or less having difficulty walking, which gets worse the older they grow, and finding the right places for a trip causes some racking of one's brains. But ....the organizers are inventive people and found this museum.
Our wonderful organizers have found a great solution which doesn’t need a lot of walking: the Kermis Museum! A kermis is a fair, and a fair was always popular with the young ones, many of them found a partner at a “kermis”.This visit was a great and excellent choice, for there was also a possibility to stay indoors and avoid a wet suit in case of rain.
Fortunately the weather was more than wonderful. This was on 8th May, 2018.
Food and drink were available in abundance., even candy floss was there. The museum was very colourful and in a way very cosy. The visitors were all elated and having great fun.
This was my favourite lamp, though too big for my humble livingroom!
A good friend of mine is a sweet lady hence the candy floss.
Tuesday, 24 April 2018
After a few wonderful, sunny days we are back to a somewhat grey and rainy day.
Yesterday all doors back and front, were open all day long. The central heating was off.
Now central heating:on again and doors closed.
Yesterday would have been my husband's birthday. He would have been 92.
Today my youngest grandson is having his 16th birthday. He is Karien's third child.
Benjamin born in 2002 in Cooktown.
Sunday, 1 April 2018
|The grave is empty|
|Jesus appears to his friends and shows his wounds|
The musical score of it. I got it for my 16th birthday!
Friday, 30 March 2018
men, a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief.
All they that see Him, laugh Him to scorn
Monday, 16 October 2017
View over Eisenach with Wartburg castle to the left
|Eisenach was an early capital of Thuringia in the 12th and 13th centuries.
Martin Luther came to Eisenach and translated the Bible into German.
In 1685, Johann Sebastian Bach was born here.