You have a bird
Du hast doch einen Vogel
You are crazy
We planted a guard pumpkin in the kitchen, and if it hears noises, it goes off!
It was 51 degrees outside when we got up, I fired up the heater, and we brought the house to 72 in just a few minutes! Good news!
Mary tried on all of her Dirndl dresses, and all but two fit nicely (those two we bought when she was seventeen years old).
The girls suggested I wear Lederhosen, but that would be like two white toothpicks suck in a rotund potato! I would scare the animals and tiny children!
We are off to the Phoenix Club to meet up with Becky and Dan!
We have arrived, and the Phoenix Club is now only nine minutes away!
We stood in a mile-long line, but it was with family, so it went quickly!
We found Becky and Dan and got an excellent table inside the big tent! Mary and I did a swing and a waltz attempting to dance between the little kids on the floor! It was a bit noisy, but that was to be expected.
Mary practiced her Sound Of Music look as she danced down the aisle! We met up with Louisa and her family there, which was a bonus!
Mary got some visiting time in with Becky, who is very busy these days with her career. The whole table had loads of time to share.
Then it happened! The Germans did the “Whip Dance,” and Mary took extreme notice.
We departed about 4:00 PM and headed home for a well-deserved nap! We only had two glasses of wine, but we did do some serious potato pancakes and a tiny bit of dessert!
We watched Ghost and, as usual, saw some new things (to us). We crashed about 10:30 PM as Mary must work tomorrow, and Colleen has last-minute things to do before departing tomorrow at 4:00 AM! We are going to miss that girl!!