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I am married to the love of my life and am finally able to shower him with all of the attention he deserves. I am now retired and living the life here in Europe. I am an American, he is an Australian, and this is our second overseas address. The first was Shanghai, China and now Munich, Germany. Come along and live the life with us as we continue our adventure of discovering all Europe has to offer.

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Sunday, March 1, 2009

Auf Wiedersehen meine süße Familie, verfehle ich Sie!

If you can't read the title, try copying it with your cursor and pasting it into the translation box on the site called Babel Fish. Remember to pick, "From English to German" on the pull down menu and then click on translate.
The link is below:

Yahoo! Babel Fish - Text Translation and Web Page Translation

Tonight I got to meet with my dear Aunt Inez and my cousins at Sundown Cantina, www.sundowncantina.com, a Mexican restaurant nearby at Mayberry in Sylvania, OH. Inez is pictured in the front row and far right. Her daughters, DeLynn and Debbie, are to her left. My cousin, Bonnie, is next to me at the top row, wearing a white sweater over a blue turtleneck. We all look so beautiful...must be the great genes! We had the best time (as we always do) tonight. It will be hard leaving my family, but with the Internet and http://www.skype.com/ we should be able to keep in touch regularly. These women have been my support here in Toledo while Steve has been traveling for his job. I will miss them terribly. I had tears running down my eyes as I drove out of the parking lot. I couldn't wait to upload this photo and I was really pleased to see how well it turned out. There is nothing like family and I love you all! Please, please, plan to make it to "Munchkin Land." You are welcome anytime!


loeser48 said...

We did have a wonderful time at Sundown and I found yet another favorite Mexican restaurant ... there can never be too many of those.

Chris and Steve, we're going to miss you terribly, but are excited for you as you embark on this new adventure and we're looking forward to following your experiences through your blog and photos (AND by visiting Munich). Keep the stories coming.

Safe travels!

Expats Again said...

Thanks, Bonnie. We look forward to your visit and promise you it will be a exciting experience.