Flying in From Arkansas
"Someone's In The Kitchen"
Meeta from What's For Lunch Honey organised a fun event called Postcards From the World where bloggers from all over the globe send postcards to each other. Yes! Real snail-mail hand-written postcards that come plopping through the letter box and look far more attractive than the pile of Bills you are more used to receiving. Taking part has been a wonderful way to become acquainted with bloggers that until now I had never had the pleasure of knowing existed.
My postcard winged in from Arkansas which I fear is one of those places I would pronounce incorrectly given half the chance. My first action, upon receiving the card, was to get to know the sender, Alison who has a blog called Someone's In the Kitchen. Alison's story fascinates me:
I love that Alison has been able to build a successful catering company so quickly, but her success comes with a caveat: If you dig deeper into her archives (not difficult since she only started her blog 2 short months ago), you'll discover that as Alison's business took off, she started to lose her own passion for cooking. Her blog was started as a means for rediscovering the thrills that led her into the business in the first place. I wish her the best of luck and hope, perhaps, that you could pop by her site and give her some blogging encouragement too.
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