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Saturday, January 20, 2007

alabama/finland completed

Swap Details:
Swapper1: Ankaisa Finland, Europe
Swapper2: Megan Alabama, US

From Alabama to Finland
I got this great package from Megan! I got to listen to Clay Aiken, which I can not get from here. And DS loves Darth Vader! Some of the chocolate got eaten before I could get a pic of it all, and not much is left anymore. We are planning on doing another swap!

From Finland to the US
Ankaisa was my first swap and it could not have been better. She sent some Finnish pop CDs that are a blast to listen to, some Fazer chocolate that is nearly gone, a Finnish magazine, some postcards, and - my favorite - a Marimekko notebook, among other things. I just love it!
She also sent some puzzles for my son that he opened even before I could take the photo! It was very sweet of her and I'm looking forward to another swap with her!

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