Silent Day

Bavaria

My third day here in Germany is the Holiday, All Saints day and is considered a silent day.  When my daughter mentioned everything was closed and the “little bears” are off school,  I thought about my Catholic school days and having November 1st off.  The description of “Silent Day” was unfamiliar to me.

I got off to a very late start since I slept until 1PM.  I am obviously still adjusting to the time.  I asked my daughter if she was going to let me sleep all day and she said “yes, you needed it”.

After breakfast/lunch my Grandaughter and I took a walk to the church.  Folks were in and out of the prayer chapel.  We spent a bit of time there as well reflecting on the meaning of the day.   I also  gave my thanks for having this time with my family.

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We then walked through the town, the sweater weather is mild. The forecast remains the same thoughout the weekend, and we’re planning a weekend “getaway”.  Happy to spend time doing the simple things, it is very good for the heart, mind and soul.

Warm wishes

Alice

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