I have been hopping busy at work this week and am playing catch up today on your recent posts. The pay it forward package you received was lovely and I went and visited Thomas's site for the first tiem and discovered yet another great blog site to visit!
Get out of town. Yea!I love this pay it forward idea. It's especially perfect for the holidays.You rock!I can't wait to participate. I'm already scratching my brain as to what I could send. You need to make rules, like you know like weddings are things like something borrowed, something blue etc. Hmmm...something from your garden, something from your state, things like that.
OMG....I never win anything. Thanks SO much!!!!And don't hurry cause now I have to think of what I want to send along (which means I should probably get started knitting something :)
Oh, aren't you smart! You must be bored in the desert, ha ha.
KitsapFG, Thomas is such a dear, and his blog is a thing of beauty!********Ribbit, Thomas was given some rules, but he didn't really follow them so I probably won't either. I think anything from the heart will do, but the rules he received were: something local, something green and something that benefits the community. That's all well and good, but I say go for whatever you want!********Maureen, I haven't a clue what I'll be sending!********Stefaneener, in a word, yes.
Gran, I made some of your Dakota bread yesterday. It was delicous!
Thomas, I'm glad you liked it, we sure do. It's about the only non-plain-white bread Mr. H will eat, and it toasts so well. The other is a really good oatmeal bread. We'll make that one next!
After reading Thomas' blog, I am off to whip up a batch of your Dakota bread... it looks wonderful and simple. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.
Di, I hope you enjoy it...I think I'll whip up another one today, too. Maybe put a "Thomas twist" on it!
Hello there Annie's Granny,I have come from Ribbits blog as am one of the lucky ones who got picked to be receive the next 'Pay It Forward', which I am so excited back and look forward to playing my part too. I have actually come over with an ulterior motive. I noted that you sent Ribbit some delicious looking home-made Jalapeno Peanut crunch. As someone with a taste for things spiced. I was wondering could you kindly post on your blog; or forward me this lovely recipe. I would love to try my hand at making this. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.Warm wishes and Many Happy New Years.