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jacare4
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Hi everyone,

yesterday was a real summer day, so we went to the seaside. To the Baltic at Eckernförde. We started early, right after breakfast, so we avoided the long queues when all the others got into their cars heading for the beach. As the wind was blowing from easterly directions there were lovely waves. Everything was perfect, and the icecream parlour was just opening ready to welcome and serve us when we were there.

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I´m waiting for the swan family to show their babies. I know there is at least one so far. 

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Frau Holle
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als Antwort auf jacare4 vom 15.07.2021, 20:57:00

Hey all, I’d also like to participate in this conversation.
English has always been my second language and I miss speaking it a bit.
Is there anybody out there *sing* who wants to talk about what’s been on your minds lately?
🙋🏻‍♀️Have a lovely weekend


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als Antwort auf Frau Holle vom 17.07.2021, 13:06:30

You could start out by writing about what has been on your mind lately 😊😊


Have a delightful weekend in spite of all the rain

Best,
Virginia

Murgtäler
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als Antwort auf Frau Holle vom 17.07.2021, 13:06:30

There's been so much on my mind lately that i'm totally out of my mind right now.😉

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Now the swan family is complete. Mother, father and three chicks. I wish them good luck. 

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This picture was taken yesterday morning when the little ones were taken for the first time down from the nest onto the lake. The mother busied herself immediately to show them where and how to get food. After about fifteen minutes the swan babies were led back onto the nest. Then they were given the next lecture: they had to learn the importance of keeping their plumage clean and straight although they don´t yet have real feathers, only supersoft downs. 

For me, watching this was the most important occurrence of the day. Please tell me about what you witnessed or did recently or what would like to chat about. 

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Murgtäler
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als Antwort auf jacare4 vom 17.07.2021, 19:02:36

Hi Udo!
Very nice pictures you have taken. I like them very much, particularyly the little ones are really cute.

I'd like to talk a special subject. What are your relations to your chidren like ? Are you in good terms ? Live you nearby or far apart ? Trigger for my question is, I tried -again-to establish contact to my daughter who lives about  100 km away near Stuttgart. It's my daughter from first marriage. And a few days ago she let me know, she didn't want any contact and "please leave me alone". My oldest son has died a few years ago and a second son lives in Potsdam, 800 km away and he broke down contact a few years ago. You see it's not so funny and i'd like to know what's your experience with tis subject. Do you think we could discuss this subject or would it be too privat ?
Regards
Manfred.
 

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als Antwort auf Murgtäler vom 19.07.2021, 08:23:58

@Murgtäler

Dear Manfred, I really was so happy when the tiny little swan babies, only a day or two old, left their nest for the first time obeying their mother´s call to come down onto the lake where they were shown how to find food, as swan parents don´t feed their youngsters. 

As to the subject of ralations between parents and grown-up children, I think we better discuss this on PN. So I will write a PN to you soon. 

Here is a picture of the little swans climbing down from the nest for the very first time.

Udo

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