Tuesday, 8 December 2009

The Blog Baton 3

Last night I taught my final class for this semester's blogging course. I made my signature ginger cookies - the word BLOG for each student - which were heartily enjoyed by students and teacher, alike.

Here are some of the blogs that were created. Please join me in welcoming them to the wonderful wwworld that is the blogosphere:

Over the last few years I have celebrated many an event (and non-event) with these cookies. Here are some of the photos I have managed to take before the words were eagerly eaten.


Lark said...

Thanks Meg, I really enjoyed reading these fledgling blogs. x

Cath from chunkychooky said...

OH my god!!! I think this could inspire me to bake!!! Someone gace us cookie cutter alphabet peices.... god, I feel weird... i have never wanted to bake before!

farmdoc said...

I these blogs by your students-cum-nascent-bloggers are amazing, LOM. Which is testament to your teaching ability, your creativity and, I suspect, your cookies. All power to you, your creativity and your cookie cutters. xxx

farmdoc said...

Oh, I meant to also say that it's pretty hard to pass a baton whilst you're firmly holding one end of it. xxx

Ebden-Small said...

Thanks Meg for passing on the baton. The class was a great way to get over the blogging fear!

The bikkies were great too...

(Text)ure and (me)aning said...

If I had a cookie cutter alphabet
I would bake
all of the letters
dust them lightly with sugar
and cinnamon
and decorated them with crystalized violets
put them all
26 of them in a box
and send them to you
you sweet sweet woman of words.

Happy New Year Ms.Meg who changed my blogging world by leaving a comment so many many posts ago.. I just wanted to send you all at Land of Meg well wishes before I press shut down and head off to another land for a bit.
Here are some X X X X's baked with love

T. said...

sorry I missed them
and thanks for learnin' me