Friday, January 26, 2007

Trying Blogger

I've followed Erika Cruvinel's advice and opened this Cyberkitchen to be able to explore Blogger together with my EVO B4B group. I've temporarily moved here from my good old Cyberattic.


Susan Ryan said...

Great design, very inviting colors!

Mary H said...

I love your titles: Cyberattic and then Cyberkitchen! You are creating quite the "cyberhouse"! Kudos,

Mary H

Dennis said...

Hi, Saša.

I like the idea of using "cyber" to create a suite a "rooms."

I also like your blog!

Dennis in Phoenix

P.S. Did you notice that I was able to type the "s" + hachek combination?

Carla Arena said...

Dear Sasa,

My cyberkitchen is here

It's in Portuguese, but it's where I place all the things I have for a gastronomy group I was part of in Brazil. I love to cook!


Janet said...

Hi Sasa,
Your titles cyberattic and cyberkitchen are very clever. You must be very creative. I'm looking forward to reading more.

Alfia said...

I liked your blog very much. You are very creative . I tried to read your Slovenian posts and understood some words. Spasiba. Alfia.

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Sasa S said...

Thank you all for your kind comments. I love them all! I've checked your Cordamomus, Carla - the dishes there look delicious. My cooking abilities are unfortunately nearly as nonexistant as my knowledge of Portuguese (begins and stops with 'bejinhos' – I'm not even sure the spelling is right);-)).
I'm not too surprised to hear you could understand some of my Slovene words, Alfia – when I was in Moscow about 6 years ago, I could orientate myself reading Russion (I learnt cyrilic script many years ago at primary school)– I couldn't decypher any spoken word though. I had a great time in Moscow and hope to be able to explore more Russia some day.

Linda Rhinehart Neas with her Muse said...

Wonderful job! I have seen the "hugger" video before and so enjoyed it! To quote an old Motown(showing my age) song, "What the world needs now, is Love, sweet Love!)

Also, love the CyberKitchen idea! that's were I am at this very my desk in my kitchen on the web! To bad we could share a spot of tea!

Great job, thanks for sharing.

Love and Peace, Linda