As usual on a Friday I will link up with Wipso at Friday Smiles and Rocking your wolrd Friday, if they have done a blog that is....
I am in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, my home town. I was born there in 1951. It has changed a lot since. It was bombed almost completely during WWII and rebuilt. Now well known for its modern architecture.
(This is the only postcard in the blog today). These are the cube houses, behind them the building called 'the pencil' for obvious reasons and behind that (with the yellow tubes) the central library. Here I am standing by the cube houses a few days ago:
My DH and I are celebrating the holiday season with my elderly mum
She is in her nineties and still going strong.
We went to see the windmill is in the adjacent town of Schiedam. The mill would grind the malt, that later would be roasted and used for gin making (jenever) for which Schiedam is famous. In the 20th century this particular mill (called the Noordmolen)was used for milling grain and now it is a lovely restaurant (where I had my wedding reception!)
Now I finish with some funnies: