Pomi in Lübeck
“ Can I come out now?” Pomi climbed out of my bag. “Are we done sightseeing?”
“ Did you not enjoy our tour around Lübeck?”
“ I don’t know. It was alright I guess. But everything is so old. The buildings. They look like they were taken out from some picture book. “
“ That’s what makes it so beautiful.”
Pomi gave me a doubtful look.
“ Can we do something interesting now?”
I was looking forward to reading Pomi’s first impressions. Your writer’s intuition is spot on. Pomi’s response feels very genuine. The loveliness of age and culture is not terribly interesting to children. Like taking a little boy through an art gallery filled with old masters. 🙂
Pomi is happy that I do not drag him around town all the time. But you know, Luebeck is so beautiful and there is so much to see. I haven’t told Pomi yet but we are going to visit a couple of sights 😉
it´s really a beautiful old town where you and Pomi live now:-)
i´m sure pomi will love it too
He is beginning to get used to it. 🙂
‘something interesting’ haahaaa, I laughed out loudly – it reminds me so much to the time, when we were travelling with our son. ‘Interesting’ is everything else than visiting old towns or churches … Wish you a nice evening!
Thanks, we are at home now, got caught in the rain twice today.:-)