I am a dutiful wife following my husband around where ever his job takes him! This is my second tag-a-long adventure – this time to Emden, Germany! We have our permanent residence on the west coast of Norway. My husband is from this area and I was grew up in Minnesota .
We love photography, traveling, cooking and fixing up old things. I like fixing up houses and furniture and he likes old German cars, specifically Porsche. Emden is a great place to do all these things!
It is not always easy tagging along and trying to find something entertaining to do. This blog is one of my projects to keep me out of the mall and generally out of trouble!
Thanks for stopping by and please leave a comment so I can check out your blog!Sincerely Kimberly email@example.com
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Pictures on this blog are taken by me (one or two are hubby’s) unless otherwise noted, credited and linked to original. Content is original and I do not receive any form for compensation for products described in various posts.I have signed and do my darndest to adhere to the “Blog with integrity” pledge. If you feel there is something inappropriate here, please let me know by using the comment field or sending me an email. Why Wife -in captivity? If you are an expat or transplant you probably have a better understanding for the feeling of being dragged somewhere, not necessarily against your will but not necessarily your idea either. Once you are there, after you have given up friends, jobs, homes and maybe a lot of your belongings you may or may not feel like you are just a teeny bit trapped by your decision. No reflection on your spouse or his family or the city you moved to but maybe just a little stuck or captive by the choice you made. Deuteronomy 21:11-13 The Captivity of Marriage by Nora Johnson