Thursday, March 18, 2010

the paska picture taker

If there is one thing I've learned. . .

is to never say "never".

Who would have thought ..

that someone would contact me .. .

and send a photographer to shoot the Paska.

So . ..

I'll tick that off my bucket list.

Yesterday was a bit surreal around here. .

today . . .

only God knows.

More on the story behind this story . .

tomorrow.

All for now. .


24 comments:

  1. Love it!! That is so great! Can't wait to hear more. :)

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  2. Oh Lovella do you mean like in magazine? Can't wait to hear.
    QMM

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  3. How intriguing! It really sounds pretty cool and he really looks like a professional photographer!

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  4. Well you know how to put a paska lover on edge! :0)

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  5. This looks like a very exciting event that took place at your bungalow with that very professional photographer. I will be back tomorrow to learn more.

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  6. What a delightful photo and article in the Province online news this morning. Blessings to you and your MGCC friends as you are a daily inspiration to all your followers.

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  7. How cool is that?! What a wonderful article!

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  8. Let me guess...you will no longer be taking your own blog photos...as you now have a professional photographer who follows you around. Smile!

    Love the photo in today's paper, Lovella!

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  9. Wow! So proud of all you ladies!!!

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  10. Wowie!! The Mennonite Cooks are going to be even more well known.

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  11. Remember... I knew you when!
    :-)
    Congrats & blessings
    Vange

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  12. What a day to celebrate! Smiling in and out! I have my hard copy of The Province....you look amazing! Kathy (MGCC)

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  13. Congrats Lovella. Kama just gave me a link from your facebook account. Wow! I am proud to say that I know and love you.

    Corinne

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  14. Wow, he is a serious photographer...all that equipment! I'm looking forward to the rest of the story.

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  15. This has been a hoot! Thanks for making some excitement in my life. I thought it was over, before I met you.
    I have 4 Provinces!!!in my hand.

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  16. Congratulations Lovella and all the MGCC ladies! What a great article and a beautiful picture of you - Love, Flo

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  17. We're kind of giddy here at mgcc..way to go Lovella, you did a fantastic job!

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  18. Tee hee. I sent your paska post and blog to a food writer at Canada.com.

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  19. Great article! Not your typical Mennonite Granny though. Still look like you did in high school and just as likely to be seen on the back of Terry's motorcycle as in the kichen. Good job Ladies!

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  20. Wow! You look terrific in that picture in the Province. What a wonderful testimony and article! Congratulations!!

    Now I need to get out my paska recipe - it's our new Easter tradition :)

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  21. Way to go Lovella!!! Great article.....what a blessing you and all your MGCC ladies are!

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  22. Lovella...what will I find next on this blog????? You have surprised me time and time again. Now...you have your own professional photographer in your own kitchen none the less. But, you know what? This is overdue for you "ennonite Girls Who Can Cook" Your recipes and pictures continue to impress me. It seems this would have been featured before since talent does not stay hidden when it is the quality of all of yours. Congratulations on this great honor!

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Thank you!