Monday, 23 April 2012

By George He's Got it!

I stood in the studio this morning light-heartedly grumbling that there was no evidence anywhere of it being St Georges Day today. It seems my grumbles were not in vain, upon returning from lunch sitting on my desk was this adorable customised cupcake that a wonderful friend had whizzed down to the Hummingbird Bakery to find. Perfect with a nice cup of Rosie Lee!

 

15 comments:

  1. Hi Paul,

    Such a considerate friend! That cupcake looks delicious...! I have to check out on Wikipedia what sort of day St Georges day is. We don't really celebrate it in Holland.

    Enjoy your new week!

    Madelief

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  2. Mmmm, does the plant represent the dragon that he slayed? Jem x

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  3. You have a wonderful thoughtful friend! The cupcake is delightful and so appropriate.

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  4. Hi Paul: You have a very nice friend. Looks luscious. I'm not familiar with St. George Day but my nice friend Thea mentioned it in her post too..Happy Monday..Judy

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  5. Dear Paul,
    for that lovely cupcake I would - no, I wouldn't slay a dragon. So in this Year of the Dragon I read compensationally "The Story of the Last Dragon of the World" by Tove Jansson - which speaks of a very good friend, too.

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  6. Wow, what an amazing cupcake ... what good friends you have! M

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  7. Defeat the Dragon to save the cupcake! Love the dragon scales.

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  8. Oh my soul.
    What a cupcake.
    Most worth of St. George, I'd say!

    We toasted him with dinner on Monday night, by the way!

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  9. I am not familiar with St Georges Day...hmm.....will google. But, I know a good cupcake when I see one!!! Cheers, Loi

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  10. Amazing cupcake. I am greeting

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  11. Hi Paul! Great to meet you. Thanks for stopping by Tassels Twigs and Tastebuds and leading me here. I am just in time for a cuppa, I see...and a piece of that gorgeous edible?

    VEronica

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  12. The George and the dragon cupcake looks delicious. St Georges day is celebrated in many European countries too so I read.

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  13. Oh my! If I found that cupcake sitting on my desk I'd be doing the happy dance. What a great and yummy way to celebrate!!
    Vicki

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