next year..Belgium bonbons...if I'm at your workshop..I let you eat unrill your stomach says enough!love(are you ok?)
For me, rather than chocolate, I'd like to put in a plug for a glass of wine, good wine, with dinner. Wonderful. All the other sentiments I share entirely.
They know a thing or three about life in The Australian Ballet!
uh... in that order? :} -J
I'll side with Elisabeth...Wine over chocolate any day....good wine that is. =-)
and to create - a work of art, a lovely meal, a garden, a blog...something. And have to vote for that glass of wine, but I wouldn't give up the chocolate!
in complete agreement with you all, with the addition of red wine and with getting one's priorities right. i found the image while sorting through my picture files in the last throes of finishing the booklight now clearly visible at the end of the tunneland red celebrations planned [but the bubbly kind] once the parcel has gone off to my publisher!
...then there are those of us who are "allergic" to chocolate...ah well, a cross of sorts. Deprivation in that category is greatly eased by sipping the red category :>]]CONGRATS on the nearness of flying parcels!
So pleased to have found your blog. I just purchased Eco Colour - stunning - will treasure it. Thank you for such a well written and beautifully presented book.
woohoo on the manuscript!!!
"gankshat" was my code word for the above comment. love it.
YES! Just what I needed to hear!
I agree whole heartedly with the statement in the picture. It doesn't get much better than that. :D