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Wednesday, December 06, 2006

USA/Italy Complete

Swap Details:
Swapper1: Jamie Utah, USA
Swapper2: Evelyn Italy, Europe

From Utah to Europe
When I receive the package I was totally amazed! Jamie sent so many beautiful (and good!) things...Candies, Chocolate, magazines, wool yards, some Hello Kitty stuff, a mug and a toy for my son. Thank you Jamie!

From Italy to the US
Here's what came from Italy: lots of sweets-Budino (pudding), these awesome cookies from a town called Varese called Brutti e Buoni (ugly and good), Galatine-milk candies, Novi milk chocolate bar from Piemonte that my husbnad has been hording. He said today that he's going to have a box shipped from Italy that is full of only this chocolate bar. A sugary candy with almonds called Torrone, some super yummy chocolate cookies called Tartufo, and for the babies, the cutest little soft kitten purse and two of Evelyn's precious handmade bracelets and a brooch for my little 4 year old. She absolutely loves them and we loved getting everything. Thank you Eve! I also loved the little notes attached to everything so I knew what everything was. Very cool.

Tags: Gimme Your Stuff, Swap, Exchange, International


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I will send a box of Novi Chocolate bar for your husband then :))


7:22 pm  
Blogger Jamie said...

He would definitely love you for it if you did! Tell your fiance thank you for getting the brutti e buoni cookies. they were wonderful. Thanks again Eve!

1:42 pm  

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