My wife’s family visited for coffee and cake shortly before Christmas, and here David’s great grandmother enjoys a laugh while relaxing in our rocking chair.
It was always nice for the family to come over to our house and my wife and I often made the separate trips to pick up the great grandmothers from Altrich and Schweich – here David’s other great grandmother relaxes for a moment by the light pyramid.
David helps to explain the pictures in our photo album as his grandmother takes a look at some of our recent photos.
The four candles on the coffee table reflect that the fourth Advent Sunday has arrived, and David’s grandfather finds a quiet moment to reflect and look at our Christmas tree.
David’s grandfather enjoyed an opportunity to relax at our house because he was always busy with so many activities otherwise – and always found a peaceful moment at our house without any cares or things that required his attention.
The dining room table was set for coffee and cake – as you know my favorite German tradition – and I think you can understand why!
I took this picture of our Christmas tree without lights or a flash, and I always like the old-fashioned result these types of pictures remind us of.