Nice work - I also like Sütterlin a lot (and even better the preceding Kurrent which had more slant and some more bells and whistles, an alphabet can also be found on the site mentioned above: http://www.kurrent.d...reibschrift.htm).
A bit of nitpicking: the word "getrennten" is missing the second "t" and should only have one "n" with a line above (which doubles it), or two "n"s and no line above.
Thanks for the pointers Achim, I do appreciate it. There is always room for improvement and I am always practicing and trying to refine my writing. I know some people who learned this script in school as children and they have also been helpful in correcting my mistakes. I really like the German handwriting, I write in Lateinische Ausgangsschrift as my regular cursive. I am trying to learn Kurrent as well but only just recently started practicing with Bandzug nibs that have enough line variation to get the script to look right.