Trina's North Germany

A glimpse into an ordinary German life

Evening Routines

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Once more I have left out an hour in the one day one world project. So instead of telling you about the evening hour between 07: 00 and 08:00 pm I will tell you about how I usually spend the hours between 06:00 and 08:00 pm on a weekday.

I quit work around 05:30 pm. If I am taking the train, I walk up this street towards the station: Bild

Somebody has put out seeds and many different flowers are blooming along that wall. At one end there is even a rosebush.

Usually I am taking the car to get to work, and I usually get home sometime between 06:30 and 07:00. The first thing I ususally do is taking the dog on a walk. It helps me to relax and I need the exercise after the long drive.

On Friday I took this  picture around 07.30:

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http://nwframeofmind.com/2014/06/22/1-day-1-world-project-700-pm-800-pm/

 

4 thoughts on “Evening Routines

  1. What a nice surprise to see flowers along the sidewalk and your view from the dog walk is just lovely. Thanks for sharing your hours with us!

  2. Gosh that’s a long commute – makes it a long day. I’m guessing that a lot of those flowers have self-seeded, it is amazing how these things flower when they grow in a tiny crack of soil! Nice to see you Trina 🙂
    Jude xx

    • Yes, I am always fascinated where plants find a way to survive. But there are some people here who try to make some flower beds, whereever it seems possible to grow something. I am working not far from the main station in Hamburg and recently some “artsy” people and students have started moving here. I find them very creative and it is nice to see a bit of colour in this otherwise a bit drab area.
      Have a nice day, Jude!
      Trina

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