After Luna found her ‘forever’ home, we decided to take in another foster dog. Her name is Mia and she’s a 3 month old puppy. The same day we got Mia, we also heard news that Luna was coming back to us. Her adoption lasted only 5 days because of some unforeseen circumstances from the family. Unexpectedly, we now we have 2 foster dogs!
It was a big day for us all! Luna found her new home and here’s some footage from that day. We miss her but are so thrilled that she is with good people who love her as much as we do. Thanks to Luna’s new family for being so GREAT!!
We went to a drive-thru oil change service in Germany. Cost was $100. It was easy but having a bike is so much cheaper and it keeps you fit!
sattgrün is my favourite vegan restaurant in Germany. They have a buffet with high quality vegan food, and you pay per plate. Very tasty and always so satisfying!
Actually, Luna isn’t vegan anymore. But she loves blackberries. Watch the video to see more!
We live in the city centre, and can’t easily let Luna off the leash. But we’ve found a great way to run her while still keeping the leash on. Wish we thought of this sooner. It’s so much fun!!!
An update on what’s going on with Luna and her diet. Plus I show you our messy living room.
I just passed my B1 German test (hurray!) and went immediately to the German immigration office to apply for my permanent residency. All other criteria I qualify for, I was just missing the B1 certificate! My case is being processed and I should get my PR card in 4-6 weeks!
We go to the Netherlands, give an update on the Luna situation, and Martin buys a new bike!
I’m applying for German residency and need the Zertifikat B1 deutsch to qualify. Not sure how I did but will find out in a few weeks. Here are some tips anyway!