Going home for Christmas

Posted by Claudia Moser on 3:15 PM
Tomorrow is planned for travelling back to Romania, to spend Christmas with my mom and my grandmother. For the last 6 days it kept on snowing, in such a manner that we have more than 40 cm of snow everywhere. The saying let it snow applies for sure to the region where we live at the moment.

Anyway, Peter (my husband) believes that we will be fine and that we will depart safely. Me on the other side I am a bit more pesimistic. Frankfurt airport has been closed and then opened a couple of times during the last days. At the moment it has 1/3 of the planes going, the rest cancelled. So I guess we have a 33% chance of leaving. And then we need to consider that we are going via Vienna so it can still end up in another location that expected.

But hey! In the end what can we do? We need to have a zen approach, we cannot change nature, but I would love to be home for Christmas. Tomorrow!



I hope you make it home for Christmas, Claudia. Have a wonderful visit!

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