My wife’s family was coming over to our house for dinner and an Advent coffee and cake, so we set up two dining tables in order to have enough room for everyone to sit at a table to eat – this photo is looking towards the dining room.
This photo looks towards the dining room and is similar to the last one except that you can now see both door frames where we removed the doors for more room in the house; the far door went into the kitchen and the near door went into the foyer.
A closer look at the dining room shows our Advent wreath and nutcracker on the left and a few Christmas angels on the right.
My wife’s family relaxes in the living room as a Christmas light pyramid is displayed in the front window towards the street – a traditional German Christmas decoration.
My wife’s father, brother and mother look at one of David’s books, while a different type of Christmas light pyramid is burning on the coffee table – the vanes on top turn from the candle heat like a windmill, which turns the Nativity figures below.
My wife’s sister-in-law and father are relaxing in the living room after dinner and coffee and cake; enjoying a quiet Advent evening in our home in Albersbach, Germany.