Feb 062007
 

I received my postcard from the “Blogger Postcards around the World” event! All the way from Australia! Wow! (And this makes me regret even more that I forgot to put an “air mail”-sticker on the one I sent. Sorry. It’ll probably arrive in six weeks or so. Shame on me.)


Not only did I receive this magnificent card, the lovely Ellie wrote a veritable letter in it. You probably can’t see it, but it’s a big card. She took the time to read my blog (well, probably not all of it) and to write something as sweet as the desserts she is making and blogging about at Kitchen Wench. And she apologized for not having found a Valentine’s Card twice. Once in the card and once in her post about sending the card. You know what? I don’t care at all. In fact I’m not that much into Valentine’s Day and what could be better than something with flowers, glitter and sparkles? Well, it could have been orange, pink and red, but that would have been a little too much. Instead the color matches that of my piano stool.

So, this postcard really made my day. My only problem is that since I read Ellie’s blog I started fantasizing about making truffles or whatever. But knowing me I’ll probably end up making the same easy cherry pie as always, and with last minute panic, when I’m inviting my neighbor over. And I won’t take a picture of it. Really, I don’t know how those food bloggers do it, everything looks so delicious and easy to make.

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  4 Responses to “Flowery postcard from australia”

  1. Those bittersweet chocolate nut pralines Ellie made have me drooling! I need to find food logs in non-metric measurements – I wouldn’t trust myself not to mess it up unless I could be assured of quiet without interruptions. That’s not happening.

    The postcard is beautful and I love the idea.

  2. Those bittersweet chocolate nut pralines Ellie made have me drooling! I need to find food logs in non-metric measurements – I wouldn’t trust myself not to mess it up unless I could be assured of quiet without interruptions. That’s not happening.

    The postcard is beautful and I love the idea.

  3. Hi Susanne – I’ve been absent from the world of the internet for awhile so I haven’t been able to comment but I’ve just seen this now! I’m glad that you liked the card and I’m so glad to have received you as my recipient for BPW!

  4. Hi Susanne – I’ve been absent from the world of the internet for awhile so I haven’t been able to comment but I’ve just seen this now! I’m glad that you liked the card and I’m so glad to have received you as my recipient for BPW!

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