Baked Eggs in Phyllo Cups; letters — 6 Comments

  1. I try to do a morning live stream bible study at 8am eastern time, Monday through Friday. I take copious notes, all in longhand and I use a Pilot Prera calligraphy nib fountain pen. It is pure joy to write with which is part of the reason I take so many notes 🙂 There’s very little writing done anymore and that’s such a shame. I don’t think I’ve written but a couple letters myself in the last five or six years now. I wrote consistently when my aunt was still living. She was in Scotland and was a super writer. I miss that.

    I love these little egg cups! Happy coincidence, I happen to have phyllo in the freezer! Definitely have to make this one.

    • I used to write to my mother and aunt after we moved here. Sadly, no one left to write to any longer – at least no one that would appreciate it, be able to read it, and write back lol
      Reminds me – I need to find my fountain pen.., wonder if I still have ink.

  2. A few years ago, I was having trouble writing my name … signing multiple documents … so I determined to regain some ability to write a little better. I got my fountain pen to work again. I worked by copying pages out of books a few times. Now, I write my grandkids actual letters. Tell them stories about their dad or us or some relative I think they should know. Some times they even write a letter back, not always and that’s ok.
    Love the egg cups.

    • How great to write the stories for you grandkids !. About the only thing I write now is my shopping list…. and that’s not always legible. My signature surely is not.

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