Weekly Photo Challenge: Fresh

Shower gift from Oregon

The gift was unexpected.  A thank-you gift for hosting a shower from a bride-to-be who now lives in Portland:  this lovely bamboo cutting board in the shape of Oregon.

Thank-you note

And a sweet little box with a thank-you note attached.

Fresh eggs

Fresh eggs

And inside?  The freshest of eggs from her mom’s Rhode Island Reds.

Doesn’t get any better — or fresher — or nicer — than this.

For more entries in the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Fresh, click here.


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20 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Fresh

  1. Pingback: Fresh | My Atheist Blog

  2. suzjones says:

    What a lovely (and heartfelt) gift. 🙂

  3. You are so right – it doesn’t get much better than fresh eggs. 🙂 What a nice gift.

  4. Fresh eggs are best, no doubt about it, Rusha. Peggy and I also happen to have a cutting board shaped like Oregon. 🙂 –Curt

  5. Karen says:

    What a great gift, fresh eggs are wonderful.

  6. Ha! So happy to find another “fresh” post that includes eggs 🙂 It doesn’t get much better, does it? And what a thoughtful gift 🙂

    • A lot of things came to mind, Melissa, when I saw that post. But it was just coincidental that we would receive fresh eggs this past weekend. So, my post was done in a flash! Thanks for taking a look.

  7. Such a lovely and thoughtful thank you gift! Fresh eggs…….yum! 🙂

  8. Jeanne Tapp says:

    a truly creative gift! love the pics, Rusha and thanks for delivering mine…

  9. dunelight says:

    Fresh eggs in the spring…perfect.

  10. cyardin says:

    That’s cool 🙂

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