What can I say.
I’ve been busy!
With my work – I got promoted! I’m now the Manager – English Training Programmes at HCLTech Germany!
I wish I could say that I would get back to writing my blog weekly.
But you know.
Even if I haven’t updated you on what I’ve been doing on the blog, I do update my followers everywhere else!
Because I’m exhausted!
Having said that, I start my day by jumping out of bed, jumping into the shower, and leaping to my desk!
As some of you already know, I’m lucky enough to be able to work remotely.
And so cups of tea are essential, as I find coffee disgusting.
Disgusting I tell you!
I can’t put hand over heart and pledge that I’ll be regular as clockwork.
What I can promise is that I continue to travel the world and when I do write on this here blog, it’ll be marvellous!
Meanwhile, here are some photographs.
In short, I’ve got lots to tell you, but I can’t tell you now, ‘cos I’m too busy!
I’ll get to it though.
In Germany, November 9th is a day of remembrance and also a mixed cauldron of emotions – Fear and Happiness.
On the one hand, the beginning of all that is terrible in the Kristallnacht / Night of Broken Glass or the Novemberpogrome of 1938 and the open destruction of Jewish-owned homes and properties, and on the other hand, the joy that was rendered when the Berlin Wall finally fell down in 1989 and Germany could be re-united once again!
I took the photograph above just a few doors away from my home.
In fact, where I live in the old Jewish Quarter, these cobblestones are everywhere.
The cobblestones or Stolperstein are made in remembrance of each individual Holocaust victim and are ingrained golden brass plated cobblestones with names, dates, and information as to what happened to the people who lived here, surrounded by roses and candles.
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That’s it for now.
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