Saturday, March 22, 2008

A bedankt for the Belgian

I have this Belgian guy who comes to find me when I fall down deep work to be done holes.

He cleans the house when I'm chained to photoshop and the computer on a Saturday, then rides in on the white horse to individually number, code and upload more than 300 of the best images for me.

Snow has begun falling as I write this but I'm feeling calm after almost a week of conference-related edginess. In celebration of the most difficult part being over, I'm roasting some New Zealand lamb and we have this cherry and custard dessert for later.

A kiwi friend is coming over for dinner and I foresee some good conversations and Australian wine in the hours ahead.


Manictastic said...

Aren't Belgians the nicest people on earth :D

Now on a completeely different subject: "I'm roasting some New Zealand and we have this cherry and custard dessert for later." I didn't know you could roast New Zealand. I'll have to try it when I get there :D

I think I'm more kiwi than Belgian, lol :D

We don't got snow :( We got rain and wind :(

Di Mackey said...

Ja, of course Manic :)

Well I saw the error and fixed it while laughing at myself. Never tasted New Zealand roasted either.

I think you are more kiwi than Belgian too.

Well, it's stopped now, just a little later. Maybe we're going to get a little of everything today.

furiousBall said...

yum, a nice Australian Shiraz sounds tasty, i think i'm going to get a bottle for dinner (by myself)

Di Mackey said...

Hey furiousball :) Have a lovely dinner but knowing you would have been so welcome here.

Anonymous said...

That is one BIG reason to love Belgium ... THE Belgian!
See you!

Di Mackey said...

He is, isn't he, Lut :)

Simon said...

This is really sweet - you're very lucky.

Di Mackey said...

I'm lucky, and I still make him laugh more than I make him mad, Simon.

Not bad after 3 years ;)