I’m Danielle (and that’s my husband Stefan), a 26-year-old wife, daughter, sister, aunt, and lover of travel. I have an M.A. in Psychology (which I’m not using….for now anyway. My mom is not happy about that!). I’ve recently left my family and friends back in the United States for 3 years while we live in Germany and travel as much as we can! Or at least as much as we can afford to!
A Little More About Me:
I’m a newlywed. Stefan and I have been married since 2014. It’s a miracle he isn’t sick of me yet.
I love to travel (duh!). On the weekends you will find me dragging my husband all over Germany and the rest of Europe and the world. I love to experience different cultures around the world. It’s fascinating to me.
I love to eat. One of the best things about traveling is getting to try different foods. So far I’ve tried alligator, shark, ox tongue, escargot, and ostrich. Most of them were good, some were gag worthy (I’m looking at you, escargot). You’ll often find my husband and I dining at food trucks. Our favorite is Döner Kebab. We love their lamb!
I love sweatpants. It’s quite the event when I put on jeans. In fact, if I’m not in sweatpants or leggings you are more likely to find me in a dress. I hate pants that much. On the rare weekend when we aren’t going somewhere you’ll find me at home, in my sweatpants, binge watching Netflix.
I’m scared of heights. And clowns, small spaces, and driving fast on the Autobahn. Unfortunately for me my husband likes to climb to the top of stuff, ride roller coasters, drive fast, explore caves, and torture me with clown pictures.
I’ve never lived anywhere except Missouri until I got married to Stefan. In the year and a half that we’ve been married we’ve lived in Savannah, GA. and now Germany. My husband on the other hand has lived all over the world: England, Japan, Jordan, Finland (which is why he’s good at ice skating), and the United States. So while this whole living abroad thing is completely new to me, it is normal for my husband.
Why am I writing this blog?
Mostly so that family and friends can keep up with us and our adventures. Also so that I can have a digital record of things we have done to look back on. I can tell stories on a blog that I won’t be able to fit in a scrapbook!