The party goes on, the door is open, and everybody is welcome in my kitchen! Have a drink, grab a cookie, and have a good time socializing! A few latecomers just walked in.
A great and very talented blogger Randyjw of https://newsnotes1.wordpress.com/ came with a caption for my charade picture: DOPPEL-GINGER. Very clever, thank you, Randy!
Melinda, the funny funky purple person of https://purpleslobinrecovery.wordpress.com/, got her gun and went meme-hunting. This is her trophy.
Thank you, Melinda, they are adorable, and they look like my husband’s baby pictures!
Finally, dear Sasha of https://sashafromrussiablog.wordpress.com/ tells about her visit to the Gingrebread City.
I hope your festive preparations are going nice and smooth! And just to give you a little boost and inspiration, here are some photos from our recent visit to the Gingerbread City in London Museum of Architecture!
Надеюсь, ваши предпраздничные приготовления идут полным ходом, и эти фотографии Пряничного Города из Лондонского музея архитектуры еще больше вдохновят вас на кулинарные подвиги!
Each building in Gingerbread City was created by a different London architect firm, which are all on the labels. These are mostly founder surnames, as is customary for architect firms. But there is a peculiar label which reads ‘Russian for Fish’. We figured that this is a rebus. Russian for fish sounds like ‘riba’, or RIBA and that is Royal Institute of British Architects! Solved!
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I have a couple of things to celebrate, Beautiful People, so I am throwing a blog party – everyone is invited!
A few days ago, I received two messages from WordPress.
First of all, I was informed that I now have more than 500 followers. I thank all of you, my readers, my faithful followers! I am honored to have attracted your interest and I am humbled by this number!
Secondly, I haven’t realized that I have already created more than 200 posts, in less than seven months. It might not be a whole lot, but to me it is a milestone, and I don’t plan to stop there!
And here is a charade for your entertainment: my granddaughter…
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