I just returned home after a whirlwind 8 days: teaching in Prague, driving to Amsterdam, windmills, clogs, canals, bikes e'rywur, Van Gogh, Vermeer, tulips, Brussels, Bruges, Ghent, french fries, the most delicious chocolate I've ever tasted and am already scheming ways to get more, Belgian waffles, Manneken Pis, neon graffiti, the cutest and quaintest town centers, amazing views, followed by a weekend of teaching in Frankfurt for Heidi Swapp and riding the Deutsche Bahn ICE train for the first time! You can see why I've been MIA for the past few days. And the fun doesn't stop! In just a couple days my mom, sister, sister-in-law, and brother are coming for two weeks!!! Life is so crazy busy, so crazy good. It's going to take me a heckuva long time to hash out these latest adventures (blogging definitely gets put on the backburner!) but I can't resit sharing my most favorite photos from the past 8 days. Yes, I've shared a few already, and I'm probably going to post them again :)
Saturday April 11th - drove to Prague early in the morning and taught a workshop!
On the 2.5 hour drive home I came upon the most amazing sunset which reminded me of the quote, "Whenever an artist dies, God lets them paint the sky."
A fancy organ inside the St. Nicholas church.
We did see tons of tulips and flowers though, just not in the fields.
Thursday April 16th we drove to Bruges. I ran to the top of the Bell Tower to get this view of the town square. I used the "tilt shift" feature on instagram to blur out everything else, hence it looks like a miniature village.
On Friday April 17th Chris and the kids dropped me off in Frankfurt so I could teach 6 workshops for Heidi Swapp. THE Heidi Swapp!
Lots of blog posts and recaps to share hopefully soon!