Monday, March 26, 2012

Culturally speaking



Last week we were fortunate enough to host cloggers from the Czech Republic.  You might remember that both my girls are cloggers and you can find many videos of them here doing just that.  Here is a small taste of what those amazing Czech cloggers can do. . .



Took my breath away to be honest.  And we haven't stopped talking about how much we enjoyed having the two Czech teens stay with us for a night.  They spoke excellent English and were so kind to answer all sorts of questions that we threw their way.  They are back home in Strakonice, Czech Republic . . . I know this because we have already been emailing each other.




-dana

8 comments:

Kim said...

Love those videos!
What a great experience for your whole family.
(I love the tender hand of the big sister resting on her little sister too.)
Hugs and Happy Sewing

tara said...

That was fun, thanks for posting the video.

diane said...

Isn't it just the best experience to host people from other countries. Check out couchsurfing.com...we have met the best people and hosted several through this website.

**nicke... said...

that is really fun! i bet your girls had a great time with it and i think it is so good for them to experience other cultures and meet people from across the world who love the same things they do!

Elsa said...

great video! always did like that kind of dancing!

CitricSugar said...

HOw cool! What a great experience for your family... Hope you get to visit them in Europe someday. :-)

Corinnea said...

Oh how cool! Back a looong time ago, my husband and oldest got to go into the Czech Republic for a baseball tournament. They had a marvellous time. They loved the host families and were treated so generously.

Osage Bluff Quilter said...

I watched the videos Tipper posted. I loved the performances!
How cool is that to have girls from far away stay with you and to speak our language!