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A burnt out late 20's something guy tries to get back to normality

Thursday, November 24, 2005

Vous remercier Nico

C'est le troisième acompte du Blogging mon courrier. Cette fois j'ai obtenu un colis de wonderfull de la Caroline du Nord, Nico Envoyé me le suivant,

  • Chocolat belge,
  • De la sauce intéressante à BBQ,
  • Une pâtisserie de chocoprince
  • Pain d'épiceFrangipane
  • un gâteau rempli par amandeet
  • une lettre et une recette de wonderfull pour le ragoût.
Mon épouse est très excitée trop pendant qu'elle est de décent belge aussi bien, je ne peut pas attendre pour employer la sauce à BBQ dans ma prochaine aventure de poulet. Je peux être écriture Nico pour plus avant qu'elle soit tout épuisée. Merci. Et désolé au sujet de mon pauvre Français.

Now In English.

This is the third instalment of the Blogging my mail. This time I got a wonderfull parcel from North Carolina, Nico Sent me the following,

  • Belgian chocolate,
  • Some interesting bbq sauce,
  • A chocoprince pastry
  • Spice bread
  • Frangipane an Almond filled cake
  • and a wonderfull letter and recipe for stew.

My Wife is very excited too as she is of Belgian decent as well, I can not wait to use the bbq sauce in my next chicken adventure. I may be writing Nico for more by the time it is all used up. Thanks. Sorry for my poor french.


  • At 3:29 PM, Blogger Nico said…

    Glad you like the package! I didn't know your wife was Belgian. Where exactly is she from?

    Can you still read the stew recipe after being submerged by the BBQ sauce? If not, I can type it up and email it to you. Oh, and feel free to ask for more BBQ sauce, I'd be glad to send some over!

  • At 7:18 PM, Blogger Nic said…

    Hi Jason. Just wanted to say thanks for the coffee! I haven't had a chance to try it yet, as things have been rather crazy in the past couple of days (as you might imagine!). I had a great time judging the Challenge, though, so let me know if you ever need a hand in judging.

  • At 8:19 AM, Blogger Oblio said…

    Actually, I'm not from Belgium myself, but my Grandma is. ^_^ My mom has an aunt and cousins in Boortmeerbeek. Unfortunately, Grandma is the only member of the Canadian branch of the family that remembers how to speak Flemish anymore.


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