Thursday, 16 February 2017

Lucky Lady.



I just HAD to show you this.

St Valentine's Day gifts come in all shapes and sizes; some even look like Easter presents.

Luckily, Lady Magnon liked this one (amongst her other prezzies), and I think it will continue to be used.

Nice, isn't it!




28 comments:

  1. Certainly looks the part.
    Any significance in the number of eggs?

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  2. I love it! And it will be perfect for Easter!

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  3. Cute. Two in one pressure. Rabbits are always pleasing...except when ravaging your carrots

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    1. We don't seem to have any here; just Hares.

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  4. That is love-ly!
    Greetings Maria x

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  5. Is that for storing five eggs or for someone is very hungry a five egg cup?

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    1. A semi-decimal container unit.

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    2. Half a dozen sounds much better than half a ten.

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    3. Once-upon-a-time flowers were sold in a dozen, then they went to a bunch of ten, I've just noticed that my tulips from Lidl are only nine. I blame the EU.

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  6. That's sweet. It sounds like you're rather fond of it too!

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  7. Plural presents for Valentine's Day? All from you or another party?

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  8. This would make an ideal addition to my kitchen, especially as I don't keep eggs in the fridge and they always stay in the rather boring box. Thank you. I will now look out for one.

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    1. They only had this one, otherwise I'd send you one.

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  9. Very nice. What do you do with the 6th egg in the half dozen box though? I am worried for its safety.

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  10. Austrian eggs are sold in boxes of 10. So over here you'd be ok.

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    1. The decimalisation of Hens has not yet arrived in France. It can't be long.

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    2. Sold in tens here as well, but are six in smaller boxes and not five as one would expect. x

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  11. Speaking of eggs how are those hens of yours doing ?

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    1. Long gone Doc. All killed by next-door's dogs. I don't think we'll have any more.

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  12. Oh so cute. I put our fresh eggs in a glass bowl which is adequately dull. A bunny with eggs...so much more whimsical.

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