Pen pals can become friends for life
The air has been light with a slight crispness at night, alling cooler weather is not far away. Seven stitches and a bit of a bruised ego later I was doing fine, but needed to stay off my feet for a few days. Oh well.
Then she started telling me about the other penpal program she participates in—a baking group! Hmm…sounds a bit familiar. Spring and fall.
Fall is my favorite season. This month I was ased to send to another reader, Christine from California.
I was beyond excited. She has her own little pastry biz going, works part-time at the Humane Society and in her spare time not sure where she finds it!
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Hmm, which I never did get those details on how to up. Though as wonderful as it is, part of me always has a sour feeling in my gut, knowing that winter lurks nearby.
This summer was far more stressful, yet productive, as compared to last year. It was awesome timing. What are the chances of getting paired with the same program in two different programs?!
Enough lamenting about the weather. You bake for your ased penpal keeping in mind dietary restrictions of courseyou receive from a different penpal and recipes and treats are shared all around. Each month is pulled together with a secret ingredient.
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It als apple picking, soup worthy evenings, brilliantly colored leaves and of course, my birthday. Clumsy me managed to walk into a stand pipe and cut my leg. I had a little accident that week. From California?
The bills that used to clutter my box now go directly tomy magazine subscriptions have been canceled, to save money and paper really, I read it all online, anywayso nowadays getting a La Salle Alumni magazine is probably the highlight of my week. When Christine mentioned she was also part of a baking penpal program, I pressed her for details immediately.
Well first off because A I love getting mail. She was my Foodie Penpal back in June and wrote a wonderful guest post for me.
Can you guess the secret ingredient? This month I was paired with the very sweet Lisa from Michigan.
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These days, I can go days without seeing anything in my mailbox. And BI love to bake. If I could de a climate with low humidity, convenient rainfalls, flurries, not blizzards and temperatures between degrees year round, the world would be perfect. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by .
We ed back and forth a bit and a few weeks later a package showed up on my doorstep. I immediately needed all the details.
Like this: Like Loading Loading Comments Required Name Required Website. This time I got paired with Christine from California. Right off the bat I knew I was getting a great Foodie Penpal box.