Friday Letter

Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:00 PM in

Dear Workout,
We should make a date!

Dear Almaty,
Nice city indeed!

Dear Etsy,
Always so tempting!

Dear Lotto,
Why can't I win you so I can stay home and blog all day?

Dear Calender,
How do you get so full, so fast?

Dear Peter,
Berries tonight?



Another great Friday letter. I particularly like the one about staying home and blogging all day! Have a lovely weekend with Peter and Naila x

@Diane - thank you, I am looking forward to my weekend! I do hope you enjoy yours as well

Hm, ein etwas höherer Gewinn im Lotto wäre nicht übel, muss ja nicht gleich der Jackpot sein. Aber man muss natürlich auch erstmal spielen...:-)

Lieben Gruß

Great letter. I find Etsy tempting also.

I also need to make a date with workout. may be we can double date XXX

@Cloudy - genau so, und das vergesse Ich immer :)
@Belle - so many creative ideas over there, right?
@Luan - sounds like a plan!

I like your Friday letter. I try to stay away from Etsy or I'll get lost for a couple of hours! And the lotto...for sure!

@Laura - yes, I also avoid Etsy as much as possible :) but sometimes it is not that easy!

Oh I agree with lots of these :))

Dearest Claudia,
I smiled for the calender; I sometimes feels the same way (^^;)

@Ellie - one can only dream!
@Miyako - indeed, but such is life!

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