Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Returned from BRB's Nutcracker



Steve and I have returned from a wonderful visit to Birmingham. The Nutcracker was absolutely magical, and Mathias was great in all the roles in which we saw him perform. Unfortunately, we are now facing more framing than I'd like to admit to having accepted for Christmas deadlines. Thus, my blogging will be done over the next week or two in installments. There's so much I want to remember, to share, and to enjoy again.



I haven't really finished the posts I've started for the weekend before we left...but I'll get it all done...somehow. In the mean time, here's a few images of the German Christmas Market in downtown Birmingham. I went very early to capture them...later, the place is mobbed with shoppers, eaters, and gluhwein drinkers!



Thanks to everyone who left comments while I was gone! I've got lots of other blogs to read too!

6 comments:

Karen said...

What a riot of color!! Wonderful! The holidays are so full of all sorts of things, welcome back to the hustle and bustle.LOL. Thank you for you very kind comment on my blog, how nice that I was able to be of some help for your work. I am humbled!!

Karen said...

me again..just wanted to say that I love how you finished the Bessie quilt. It is a beautiful work.

Anonymous said...

Hi Susan! Thanks so much for the ornaments, LOVE IT LOVE IT!!! Also thanks for taking me back to my memories of Germany at Christmastime, with your beautiful and colorful pictures! I can even smell the gluhwein! You and Steve sure need to get on with those Christmas framing orders! Tell everyone Hi for me.
Charlene

Gunnels blog said...

What lovely pics! So wonderful colour!

Dianne said...

Welcome back - and look at allthose goodies in the photos!!

Anonymous said...

I've been searching and searching for something posted on your other blog and in desperation I checked here are here you are!! Welcome home. I know you are busy so will wait for your call. Take time for some wine and music. Your pictures are beautiful - you have such a great eye. Love you, Mom