Tag Archives: Südsee

Corona diary: Farewell my summer love

Christina/ November 3, 2020/ The daily grind

„Farewell my summer love“ was a song by Michael Jackson. Some kind of melancholy resonated with it, now it is here. Summer has definitely gone by, the first half of autumn is over and I am taking some time off from everyday life. An everyday life that gets more stressful, Corona makes it even more difficult. But I does not

Read More

Share

(Deutsch) Corona-Tagebuch: Der Tod lauert im Lechlumer Holz

Christina/ July 19, 2020/ Categories

Whoever did not toe the line in the medieval age could go wrack in the truest sense of the words. One of the most dangerous places during the princedom Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel must have been the “Lechlumer Holz”, more precisely the chop-chop square. Defendants were not really treated with kid gloves. “Beheadings and kidnapping, that is only business. A question of reputation.”

Read More

Share

Corona diary: On tour with Pink Panther

Christina/ May 15, 2020/ The daily grind

On my jogging-round I have seen him many times. No, it’s not George Clooney, it is the Pink Panther, painted on a wall. It is a graffiti on the Brunswick fromer track bed. I used to watch Pink Panther cartoons as a kid and I loved it, the Panther and its comrades. Well, I take a picture of the graffiti

Read More

Share

Discovering slowness

Christina/ September 28, 2014/ The daily grind

“Slowly, but surely” a proverb says. A statement that hold truth for many situations. Rarely it seemed to be so true for me as right now. Du to an aching inflamed finger I am forced to a mandatory break which is really a pain in the ass for somebody hyperactive like me. But after a period of self-pity I decided

Read More

Share