||[Jul. 6th, 2010|11:47 am]
I had to post a picture of this lovely and thoughtful diorama that kissmeforlonger made me the other day.
Sorry, the jelly set before I could stick the shrubbery in it.
That's OK -- it looks lovely just as it is. *hugs*.
It's a fab diorama and it was lovely to see you at the weekend and meet Caron :-)
If you're reading this Kriss - please resurrect Biscuithenge
It was great to catch up with you as it's been a while.kissmeforlonger
could be one of the world's great food sculptors.
I saw an amazing thing on PMTV where someone had made a scale model of New York out of biscuits - and Richard Madely ate one!
God I hope voodoo doesn't work because he might come to regret that.
I have another plan that's a lot more complicated and requires planning. Don't worry... it'll happen!
Looks great :-) Did it survive the journey home??
I'm afraid to say it did not even attempt the journey home. I thought that the combination of broccoli, jelly, dinosaur and hot poorly-driven van was a disaster waiting to happen so I left it at the BBQ for future generations to enjoy.
That woman will do anything to avoid eating her greens ;-p
It was lovely to see you and to meet Caron, even if it was a bit of a brief encounter...
Yes, so nice to see you, however briefly. Sorry if I was a bit stressed out. Driving really takes it out of me.
But you had such relaxing company for the drive...;-)
That is truly awesome - my compliments to the... chef, artist? You know what I mean.
Heh... I don't think there is a word for someone who produces artistic inedible food.
Pah. You could have eaten everything except the dinosaur.
I *could* have but you did tell me it would be horrible.
Anyway, it was a very thoughtful gift -- and it made me laugh!
You are easily pleased :-P