Fourth Stop- Oma and Opa's House!!
"You may worry about me leaving
but if you buy me an accordion,
I'll never leave you!" -Nate
My favorite thing to see,
the German Welcome that's painted
above the entrance of Oma and Opa's house
Nate and I with Oma.
These two are the glue that hold my heart together.
There's a frame at Oma and Opa's house that
contains two photos of Oma's nun friends
and if you look at the pictures a certain way you
can see the face of Jesus in them. We took a picture
last year on my computer of the Jesus
photo and His face came out crystal clear,
here we have Nate showing Opa
the picture on my computer.
Oma's and Opa's amazing lunch they made for us.
Oh, German food, how I've missed you!
A trip to Oma and Opa's is not complete
without pulling out the accordion.
I've never seen Nate so happy before!
Opa, the accordion master,
teaching Mary-Beth, the piano major,
the basics of the accordion.
trips to Oma and Opa's house always
promise really amazing talks about
God, life, and Germany. The food is
amazing and yes, accordions are awesome,
but when you leave,
you're soul is refreshed
with wisdom from Oma and Opa,
and that's the best blessing we could have.
Oma and her German boy :)
My beautiful grandmother and I.
I would not be who I am, without her.
Cheese and Crackers, I'm just like my Opa <3
Opa was having some issues
working the camera haha
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