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May 22, 2012



I love that view! I hope you guys get it soon. Good luck with everything!


It's so picturesque! Hope all the loose ends get tied up quickly.


Good luck! I remember being super stressed when trying to lock down the rental apartment we loved in the Czech Republic, and then realizing afterward that I should have just tried to be as chill as the leasing company was. They weren't rushing b/c, unlike trying to nail down a place in the States, there just wasn't a concern with us potentially not getting the flat. We said we wanted to rent it, so they just assumed it was ours while I was losing my mind over making sure we got all the papers signed ASAP. Anyway, long rambling story short, I'm sure all will go smoothly with your German cottage! Now good luck on the car! :)


Amazing! I can't wait to see more. Looks like an absolute fantasy! :) Glad you guys are settling in...what an adventure. (*jealous*)


Oh, that would be so frustrating to me! I really hope the house works out :) That is such a cool view!!!


Wow, stunning! I have all the fingers and toes crossed that all works out!! :)

A Super Girl

Lovely! I want more!!!


Such an incredible view! :) Here's hoping everything comes together with signing that contract...cannot wait to see more pics!


oh man, hope everything comes together soon for you guys! in the meantime, yay that view and yay germany!


That is a gorgeous view! I know I said it before, but I seriously cannot wait to hear all about your adventures in Germany. I don't think I'll ever get an opportunity to live abroad so if you don't mind, I'm just going to sit here in the boring old Midwest and live vicariously through you :)

erin - heart in ireland

What a wonderful view! Can't wait to hear the good news!

And I know it took forever to get used to the slower Euro lifestyle living in Ireland.


I feel your pain sister. House hunting in a new city is stressful. We had the Army also having their hand in the mess which was NOT fun. But when it all boils down to it you find your 'home' :) Best wishes on the rest of your transition being smooth and finding the car that meets your needs :)

Samantha Yates

We moved to Germany in December & that was rough around the holidays! Germans are very laid back & do things on their own time! Getting a cell phone, turning on our Internet, hooking up our AFN decoder, it all took about 3 months! Prepare yourself! For your Internet which ever company you choose will mail you the router which takes a couple weeks, then you have to call back & schedule an appointment for a technician to come to your house to check the connection to make sure it can be hooked up & if so they plug in the box & tell you it should be working within the week! It is as if there is absolutely no sense of urgency! Not us what part of Germany you are stationed but if you are near Ramstein let me know. We just bought a slightly used car from a great company I would recommend! Oh & that process is pretty ridiculous too! Be prepared now not to bring your car home the same day you purchase it! Best of luck!


Ack!!! What an adorable house!! I'm so glad you found one so quickly! :) Can't wait to see it in person!

Kate P

Hoping it all works out! (Moooooooo. . .)

Lynn Daue

Oh my gosh, that's gorgeous! Nice job! Does this one have any fun stained-glass doors?

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