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A few photos for some friends (and an update)

Wednesday, January 11, 2006

For my new friend, Gurgo; photos of my kitchen. He posted photos of his; now how about yours?
For my wonderful friend, Chloe; photos from apple picking in October. I'll mail you a bushel next fall for your apple jam :)
Oh, I'm looking forward to doing this again. What are you looking forward to doing this year?
Just as an update, I sent the presentation to the marketing exec and she e-mailed me today that she really likes it (phew). I give the actual presentation itself next week in Quebec. Another trip away from home, but this one will be only a few days, thank goodness. Work is going as well as expected; things are progressing, the babe is fine. So fine. Life is adjusting to the latest new normal.

  1. Blogger DayByDay4-2Day said:

    I'm looking forward to planting flowers and watching them grow.

  1. Blogger Heidi said:

    This entry made me smile..Congrats on the presentation..Postive vibes do work.

    The apples look great! I wish I can take a huge bite out of one..But since I can't I'll slice one up.

    Nice Kitchen :)

  1. Blogger momyblogR said:

    Yay for you on your presentation. Good luck in Quebec!

    What a cutie holding that bag of apples. :):)

  1. Blogger Neo said:

    Cathy -Cgrats on the presentation. Sorry for not stopping sooner, my day was SUPER busy. Like the pictures. Very colorful.

    Peace & Hugs,

    - Neo

  1. Blogger Stephanie said:

    Glad to hear the presentation went well! Sorry I'm not up to the kitchen challenge as I'm still in a roommate uh..."situation."

  1. Anonymous yvy said:

    ooooooooooo...how nice!!!

    you know, when my mum got back from her china hols, she brought back a crate of peaches n they were the BEST i ever had!!! she used up some to make peach jam n YUMMY is such an understatement!! lol ;)

  1. Blogger vani said:

    nice pics- those apples look delicious! and i like your kitched too. :)

  1. Blogger Gurgo said:

    You made me jealous! You have a lovely kitchen. Mine is very small and the kitchen is the room in a house where nearly all people are. If you have a party or not. Everyone is in the kitchen!

  1. Blogger Aly said:

    Congrats on the presentation and goodluck in the next step!

    I am very much looking forward to my best friend becoming a mother again, laying on the beach this summer, and getting back to life.

    I hope all is well and much hugs and love.

  1. Blogger Chloe said:

    Cathy what a beautiful, clean, modern kitchen. It makes you want to cook.
    As you know the photographer came last night. I don't know when my kitchen is going to be in a presentable state.
    I'm looking forward to some holidays this year. Also, looking forward to Easter vacation. Easter is huge in greece, as a big affair as Christmas.

  1. Blogger Meow said:

    Great photos, Cathy.
    Glad everything is going well at work. Hard to re-adjust, though, isn't it !!
    Have a great day.
    Take care,

  1. Blogger Stephanie said:

    And is that a Red Sox hat I see?

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    Oh, me too!

    And you writing this made me smile. I will be passing through Montreal next week. I'll smile and wave your way :)

    Thanks :)

    Never any apologies required; we all have other lives, right!?

    Stephanie (x2) :)
    Understood about the kitchen...and yeah Red Sox; we bought him that hat a couple of years ago when we went to StoryLand in New Hampshire; the whole of Conway was full of Bostonians and Mr.C and I absolutely love New England and the Sox; before Canada had the Toronto Blue Jays all eastern Canadians cheered on the Sox. The tradition still holds. I also love the Boston accent; would you say you have one?

    We have peaches as well but they are not as plentiful.


    Like everything else in Canada, it is larger than necessary! But I love it anyway and you are so right about people all hanging out in there.

    It sounds as though you have a lot to look forward to this year!

    But the photo does not show the hidden dirt! Yours will be in order in no time, I am sure. (and if not, who really cares, anyway! :) I am looking forward to hearing about the Greek Easter; we do not celebrate much other than the Easter bunny here. I also look forward to hearing about the holidays you will take. Perhaps apple picking in Canada !:)

    Hard to re-adjust; you summed it up. Thanks :)

  1. Blogger Jase said:

    ahh kitchen, I feel a recipe request is in order with maybe a snap of chef Cathy in the hat!

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    There's one of me on my December 30th post. No hat, however; a chef I am not. This kitchen is wasted on me. There is a recipe for banana bread on a site co-hosted by my very good friend Chloe;it's towards the bottom of my links list and it's called "Eat it"

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