Saturday, January 10, 2009

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Zwei
Elizabeth's Church and Marburg are to the right. Click on the photo to hear the story.








To the left, the remaining wall of St. Elizabeth of Hungary's hospital. Click on the photo to read the story.

7 comments:

Ariel the Thief said...

Beautiful wall.

Pigs knew better than holy nuns, they knew immediately that the soft small pink thing is not be eaten. Pigs are wise, my family loves pigs, too, whivh never kept us from sticking and eating them.

So who gave her the name Gretchen finally? Sounds like something even Detmar can spell right. :)

Doug said...

Right, the eating of pigs is rightly one-sided.

Ariel the Thief said...

I finally got the chance to listen. Your boar imitation is the funniest. *slurps from her tea*

Doug said...

Something of an expertise of mine.

weirsdo said...

I'm enjoying, and catching up.
Reading will have to wait for a week from Wednesday, after I've performed Beethoven's 8th. I think that's the only one I've never done before.
But don't worry. I'll get it in.

Doug said...

That'll be fine. I'm not sure I've even heard the 8th. Will there be a recording?

weirsdo said...

I'm not sure. Sometimes there is, sometimes there isn't. There's a good video with Karajan up on youtube that I've been watching.