Hello dear readers,
After the long wait, nothing was lost or damaged. I am very happy to show you the beautiful gifts from two great blog friends and one beloved granddaughter.
The first parcel arrived on Sunday. It was brought home from the post office by my daughter Galia. it was the parcel from dear Birgit. You can imagine both Birgit's and my relief at its arrival. Nilly, my other daughter, surprised me by coming to visit a little earlier. A visit from both daughters at the same time was a cause for celebration. We sat down and happily opened the parcel, drawing out treasure after treasure. Then we had tea and devoured the marzipans before I had a chance to take photos.
Craft stuff and delicious"have-been" marzipans.
Solly: Why didn't you stop them? The three of them shamelessly ate all the marzipans and left nothing for us.
Baalatova: While they did it, I silently confiscated the beautiful glass robin. Like you, it also has wings. You'll be able to have a lot of fun flying around together. We'll keep the robin.
THANK YOU SO MUCH DEAR BIRGIT!
On Monday, Faby's parcel Fabiola awaited me in my post box with the lovely handcrafted items by Faby. I'm very sad that my own gifts for Faby haven't reached her yet.
THANK YOU SO MUCH DEAR FABY!
Another parcel for Hanukkah, I received from my granddaughter Tali who for the time being lives with her husband and 3 little kids in a charming and very beautiful city, Utrecht in Holland.
I haven't started yet on a new BookNook. While waiting for the strict lockdown to be over, and having plenty of new lake shells from the Sea of Galilee, as well as seashells from our Mediterranean sea beach, I decided to make more shell items. I also made some flowers again and used beads for 3 of the flower vases in the photo below.
I wish you, my dear readers and friends, a nice weekend and good health with blessings.