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weekly photo challenge: inside

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A few weeks ago I successfully guessed (scarily accurately as it turned out) what Bevchen at Confuzzledom was stitching in a cross stitch picture.  I think my guess was so detailed because the reward for guessing correctly was to be some German sweet treats, and the promise of chocolate is always a good incentive!  A little while later a box arrived from Germany, and when I opened it, this is what was inside –

a box of sweet treats from Germany

I am pleased to report that it has not all been consumed yet.  Only the Haribo (which I very generously shared with the family) and one of the Duplo* bars (which I wasn’t generous with at all!) have gone so far.  I’m pacing myself with the rest. 🙂

Thanks again Bev for a great competition.

* I associate the word Duplo with the big, chunky Lego bricks – it’s strange to see a chocolate bar with the same name.

Two Duplo and one normal Lego bricks, photo ta...

Two Duplo and one normal Lego bricks (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This post is for the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.  For more Inside photos look here.

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6 thoughts on “weekly photo challenge: inside

  1. Haha, I hadn’t even thought about the fact that the chocolate has the same name as the Lego bricks 😀

    Enjoy the rest of your treats. I loooove Hanutas. I can’t buy them too often or I’d eat one every day. (Random fact – the name Hanuta comes from HAselNUss TAfel – Hazelnut bar).

    Your guess was scarily accurate! Almost like you’d been psychically watching me stitch.

  2. I like this post. Both images remind me of childhood. I loved playing with Legos as a kid and I loved receiving “care packages” with goodies when I went away to summer camp.

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  4. What a treat!

    The Duplo looks like Kinder Bueno.

  5. Congratulations! We need to get her stitching something new – that was fun 😉

  6. Great work Elaine. You are now enjoying the rewards of your labour, and Justin Beaver is very impressed. He just wishes he was there to share it with you.

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