My memory is faulty.
Some events that happened a very long time ago are very vivid. While others in a past less distant are only vaguely there or even completely gone.
As it is carnival, I wanted to share some memories, only to realise that there are gaps.
The first seven years of my life were spent in the Rhine region, which is the place to be in Germany if you like Karneval, Conny Kaufmann’s guest post for my series Discovering Traditions is a must read if you want to know more about the Cologne Carnival. Continue reading “Faulty Memory”
Traditions are everywhere, every country, region, town, village, even family has a different way of celebrating or honouring their traditions.
On the 31st of December 2015, a new series of guest posts was started on my blog, with the first post being New Year’s Eve Celebration Soviet Style by Dr Gulara Vincent. It will hopefully be the first contribution of many, and was a beautiful ending for 2015, and a great opening for Discovering Traditions.
Today, I want to officially publish my call for participation. I am looking for numerous bloggers to share their traditions. The posts won’t go up on a specific day of the week, rather on or around the date that the tradition is observed (if there is a specific date of course). Continue reading “Traditions are everywhere!”