Sunday, June 28, 2015

Peas and Thank You

Nothing new to reveal, but I love creating original notecards . . . when I'm inspired. I also love buying notecards and stationery, and probably have more than a lifetime supply of each onhand. There're lots of reasons to choose the quicker communication, e-mail, however, and sometimes it's the perfect delivery method.

Case in point: Recently a neighbor brought me a gift of fresh picked sugar snap peas she'd grown on her community garden plot. The peas had been harvested an hour--maybe two--before they were delivered to my door in their perfect one-person helping. I began to wash them and popped one into my mouth where it exploded into a vine fresh goodness. Another one met its fate the same way. I can't remember ever tasting such fresh peas, even from the Farmers Market!

I looked at the little pile of peas in my colander and was inspired. Here is the e-mail I sent to my neighbor. If I'd had eaten any more before e-mailing, I would have needed to spell THNX instead.

This picture is the only thing left of the peas. Yum!

1 comment:

Lucy Hart said...

So very very clever, Sallie!!! Bet your neighbor loved the thank you.