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Ahh. :-) Very nice.ReplyDelete
When to next?
Hey Pearl! I'm not sure; any requests? And thank you! Indigo xDelete
I'm honored to have had such a whimsical, clever piece dedicated to little old me. Pass the strudel, please. :)ReplyDelete
Sure. But I have dibs on the profiterôles.Delete
If you ever go there again, could you bring me some of those cherry eclairs, please? Fun piece.ReplyDelete
Hey Nancy! No need. They sell them at my local bakery. Big ones. Plenty of kirsch. Stop drooling. Indigo xDelete
I'd have be likely to have gone for one of those lovely thin apple tarts or even better - a plum tart. Less dangerous to diabetics like me. Kirch is for drinking and amaretto is wrong on every level. I hate the stuff even though my wife loves everything marzipan-y.ReplyDelete
Speaking of the Lovely G - she's now subscribing by email.
Another cracker Indigo!
Hey Alistair! I have to disagree - ammmmmaretto! But delighted that the lovely G is reading. Ask her to drop by and say hi! HEY G! IndigoDelete
I have a sudden craving for an eclair. How do you think Sigmund would interpret that craving?ReplyDelete
Hey Paula! Well, he might be surprised you were almost 60, for one thing ;> Roth xDelete