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Thanks to Dawn, I discovered that Leslie Harpold has an online Advent Calendar with delightful daily treats. As I looked at the first day of Advent, I noticed a link for the history of Advent Calendars. Some of you may have noticed that I absolutely love Germany and all things related to it – and I have a now 11 year old German Advent Calendar that I put up every year, but it has seen better days. Since I don’t have the funds to return to Rothenberg o.d. Tauber right now to buy a new one, I was thrilled to see that this is the company that makes them and they sell them online! Mine is the 3rd from the top, but I must get the one that is the 2nd from the top too – it looks just like Rothenberg! *sigh*

Anyone want to go to Germany and take me along with them? I would be happy to be your tour guide!

By Christine

Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

8 replies on “Advent…”

Dude, you are the only person I would go to Germany with, and you know how I feel about Germany 😉 I’d let you change my mind! It seems like I looked away for just a second, and big bad things happened! I’m so sorry you were laid off – that completely bites. If you can convince yourself that Ohio is like Boston (we have the same weather), my office should have an opening for a support person shortly, God willing. I’m a great boss, and we have a T1 connection – think it over…:)

Germany is my inspiration for Christmas decorating. They really do Christmas right! I’m aching to go to a Kristkindle Markt right about now.

I made Advent calendars for my boys with felt and fabric paint. They came out pretty nicely.

Haha, I’m *hoping* to go to Europe next summer and I would love to have some ideas of places to go in Germany … they have to be Interrail accessible, though. 😉 Any ideas you have would be more than welcome – I really don’t know much about Germany apart from the few places I went about 6 years ago.

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