Wednesday, July 26, 2017

A Summer to Remember

There has been a lot of activity going on in our family. 
All good things. 

Along with my son home from college for the summer, 
my daughter and her husband are moving to Michigan from San Diego
with a little stay with us in Pennsylvania. 
He just finished a 6 year enlistment with the US Navy and 
has accepted a job that requires 2 years in Michigan.  
It is fun to have a house full of activity again. 

The Two from San Diego Making Rüdesheimer Coffee,
Asbach and sugar lit on fire with added whipped cream and chocolate shavings 

I also have a little grand who I get to babysit  
now that mommy has returned to work. 
She's a nurse and works night shift. 
Daddy's schedule is always changing. 
I'm the backup for when their schedules need me. 

The Baby with cousin 'Uncle Glen' 


And to top it all off, 
we are planning a family trip to Germany. 
My husband's grandfather immigrated in the 1920s 
and started Haegele's Bakery in Philadelphia. 
Our family is going to Germany with my husband's cousin's family.
There we will meet the German relations 
and visit the places where their grandfather lived, apprenticed and worshiped.  

First Cousins and Second Cousins
I'm the crazy lady with the little dog. 

This will be a summer to remember for sure. 







6 comments:

  1. enjoy your family, love the pic of the cousins and the fact you had the dog cousins in it to... and now that I know about it, I want some of that on fire coffee. I love coffee and I love fire. woo hoo

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  2. Wow, that coffee sounds amazing! So happy you are having such a great summer! Enjoy and happy travels to Germany, sounds so exciting!

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  3. So fun! Can't wait to follow your Germany travels!

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  4. Fabulous summer. Where in Michigan? I would love to travel to Germany someday, my dad's father's family is from Germany.

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  5. summers are always busy. glad you are having a good time. Not sure where to tell you to visit when you come to PSU. How about the Round Barn. You could always visit Penns Cave. I've never been there and I've lived here my whole life. Not a whole lot of hiking trails or state parks besides Sayers Dam.

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  6. Wow, that coffee sounds amazing! So happy you are having such a great summer! Enjoy and happy travels to Germany, sounds so exciting!


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