Monday, December 17, 2007

Pay It Forward - Bread style

It's Christmas time and this time always puts us in a social minded mood. I was chosen by Elle of Feeding my enthusiasms as a recipient of a blogger movement "Paying It Forward". You will remember this from a while back here's the deal:

The first three people to make a comment on this post will be the recipient of a bread making related product. Maybe not this week or the next but guaranteed within the next 364 days. All that is asked of the recipient is that you "pay it forward". More directly, that you yourself return the favor to 3 other strangers within the next 364 days by giving a homemade gift or something special to you.

Elle chose to make this gift homemade which means she is much more crafty than I am :) I wanted to give this gift more of a bread touch. Bread making and baking in general has meant so much to me that I wanted to pass on that gift.

So comment on loyal readers and become a part of a better world by giving happiness to total strangers!

5 comments:

BumbleVee said...

Hi Lewis.... I have been reading your blog for a bit now (have you linked to my food blog).... and would like to play along.

I hate the tag games, so I avoid those. I hate to write about myself in point form. I give away plenty of info about myself if people take the time to actually "read" my blogs.

But this...now this looks like fun. I do bake and cook... but still not much with breads...

I do crafts of all sorts...so I will send on a crafty "thing" .. or a baking related thing.... or ...well, some little thing for sure!!

Lewis said...

bumblevee - thank you so much for stopping by and I am so glad that you enjoy my little piece of the blogosphere kitchen. I am deviously looking for something that will encourage more bread making in everyone's home [insert evil laugh here] :)

Thanks for playing along!

Julie said...

Hmm ... I could've sworn I left a comment ...

I would like to participate! And I would send out something baked or crocheted or written ...

Lewis said...

Wonderful Julie! Always happy to see you at the Table! :)

Julie said...

Woohoo! I will post my pay-it-forward post in a couple of days. =)