Friday, April 27, 2007


I better start brushing up on my foreign language skills! I'm headed to Germany for 3 weeks in September with my Grandma and my mom! :D My Grandma was born there and we have family in both Germany and Italy who we're going to stay with. I can't even begin to tell you how excited I am! I'm sure it's going to be an amaaazing time! We also just got the news that my mom's cousin and his wife just had a baby girl so I'll have plenty of photos to take of her! :D

All the pictures I'm posting are my mom's. She took them when her and my Grandma went back in 2002. She's got an artistic eye .. must be where I get my photo skills from! ;) She took almost 400 so it was hard to pick what ones to post. :) I don't even want to think about how many I'm going to take when I'm there. :)

My Grandma (back) & her sister, my Great Aunt Mickey

Venice, Italy .. where we'll hopefully be for a week or so!

My Great Uncle Erich & Great Aunt Gerte .. who we'll be staying with. :)


Jen said...

Guten Tag! :)

You will have so much fun! I miss my vacations there..those are some of my very best memories as a young girl.

Oh and tell your mom she took some great pics, I especially love the canal in Italy! Certainly must be where you got that fantastic creative 'eye' from!

mom said...

We are sooooo fortunate that we will able to make this trip. I can't wait to see the trip through your "eyes!" [pictures] I know your pictures will be awesome!!!

Deanna said...

I am so jealous! I am hoping Don and I get to go there for 2 weeks for our honeymoon but it looks like a slim chance at this point

char said...

That will be a fabulous trip! Lucky!!!

Jennifer McNulty Photography said...

I love the very first photo - so colorful! The black and white photo of Venice is also really nice. Your mom definitely has a good eye! ;)

favorite aunt sandy said...

I'm leaving my camera at home...I'll just put in my order for duplicates of your pics now. Yes, your mom has always had an eye for great pictures...look at all your cute baby pictures. It always helps to have a great specimen.