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Sunday, 12 October 2008

Look What I've Got!

A parcel came for me recently.
It came from the lovely and bubbly Liz in Wales.
It contained a book I've wanted since I finished the previous one in this series.


There was a pretty card with the book...

... and it was signed by both Liz and George!
Isn't it wonderful what friends you can make through blogging?

I've started reading the book, and I'm thoroughly enjoying it.

Thank you so much Liz!

12 comments:

Katney said...

Can't wait to read it eiterh. Well, I guess I can wait since I have about five books on hand in line before it and haven't got it yet. Next trip to the library I will check on it, though.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

OH WOW... it's beautiful. That was so wonderful of Liz... I know you are going to enjoy that!
I know I have made some wonderful friends through blogging as well.
Have a great day.
~Michele~
Mountain Retreat- Canada

James Higham said...

Wow! You lucky duck.

A. said...

That's wonderful! I must say, it has been the making of friends through blogging that has been the greatest, if unexpected, pleasure I've had. I just hadn't anticipated how great it is meeting so many lovely people around the world.

Barbara said...

Hi Dragonstar,
Wow; I know that you must be one happy little dragon !
What a beautiful gift.
Enjoy and see you soon.

CherryPie said...

How lovely, I hope you enjoy the book :-)

Jientje said...

That's wonderful!

Liz said...

I'm so glad you are enjoying it, Meri! And george says, woof, woof1

Helena said...

Hey I saw that book just this last Friday!!! Any good???

Yep, it's great, the kindness of bloggers. Bob and Dilly get lots of fan mail :)

babooshka said...

Only through blogging. Enjoy reading.
Is dragonstar' tale wagging like a dog's now.

Nydia said...

What a wonderful a surprise! The blogosphere is amazing indeed!

Kisses from Nydia.

jmb said...

It is indeed wonderful what friends we make through blogging and the little things we send each other.

One of the best gifts for me was seven stones from a beach in Cornwall to add to my rock collection, sent by Eurodog. In terms of monetary value nothing but the thought was like gold to me.
Enjoy the book Dragonstar