Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Every Day is a New Adventure


Hey Lovelies!
As I'm sure you know, My blogger friend Alyx and I are both living in Germany. We do awesome things together, like take day trips to France, eat giant schnitzel, and light off extraordinarily dangerous fireworks on New Years.  We thought it was time that we introduced each other on our blogs, so after reading about the lovely Mrs. Alyx, go check out my guest post on her blog here!


Hey there, readers of Roots, Wings, and Other Things! My name is Alyx, and I'm a blogaholic. I blog over at Every Day is a New Adventure. 




I live in Germany with my husband, and it's pretty sweet. We go on adventures to places like Prague. 




Or France.



We've also visited Munich, Nuremberg, Rothenburg, and lots of other random German towns.



Sometimes we just close our eyes and point at a map. That's how we ended up going to Marburg a couple of months ago. 




When I'm not traveling the world, I'm probably wishing I was. You see.... I live in a town surrounded by corn fields. Don't believe me? Ask Daryl. She knows. I wish I was living in a bigger city like Frankfurt, but alas, I am not. 

Why not, you ask? Because I'm here on a Fulbright grant teaching English to eager German students. Sometimes they say funny things. Sometimes I accidentally teach them inappropriate things. Either situation is okay with me - it gives me something to write about on my blog. 

You won't find inspirational entries on my blog (unless the post deals with Nutella, in which case you will be inspired to whip out a spoon and go to town). 

You won't find crafts (unless you count poorly drawn stick figures as something crafty). 

You will find recipes, but they probably won't be healthy (unless, of course, you think peanut butter, nutella, and massive amounts of cheese [not all together] are healthy). 

You will, however, [almost] always, leave my blog with a smile on your face. I tell ridiculous stories, I take ridiculous pictures, I confess ridiculous secrets, I rant about ridiculous things [like the lack of evil stores like Walmart], and I share my thoughts on those ridiculous [but oh, so loveable] Germans.
 



So hop on over here, and stay a while! 

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