Many years back we went into Little Rock and came across an Asian Market. Upon going in all you could smell was curry spices. Which are hard on the senses if you are not used to them. But, for me all I saw was a counter with the real deal, Cadbury's Dairy Milk and Cadbury's Creme Eggs and all the other yummy goodness they make. I think we spent about $100 that day & put them straight into our freezer.
Who knew that one day I would end up marrying an Englishman and actually moving over there to live for a year. It was an awesome experience, one that I will remember forever. Every time I see a Cadbury's all I can do is smile.
Before Robert, my husband, passed on he would always mention to me how much he hated American chocolates, LOL. So I figured to do this inchie justice I had no other choice but to do something with Cadbury on it.
I hope that you like this one, you may have to cock your head and squint to get it but here it is. It is a section of the Cadbury logo.
Sorry that last weeks beads are seen in this inchies photo, I just didn't pay attention when I took the photo.
Have a blessed week and don't forget to fly on over to Every Inchie Monday to check out the other great artists and see what they have come up with.
That is totally brilliant!ReplyDelete
What a great story! I bet you cant help but think of your husband when you eat chocolate :-)ReplyDelete
Oh that is just beautiful and such a lovely story behind it! xxxReplyDelete
Wonderful as always :) and a lovely post to readReplyDelete
I too love Cadbury. But I only have the American version to think of. One day maybe I can try the real deal. Love your story and love the inchie!ReplyDelete
LOVE your story, and a sweet one at that!!! I feel hipped knowing that I have never tried a real Cadbury chocolate!!! WAAAaaaa! :0( Well now I am on a quest.....!) Thanks for sharing, and it is lovely!! :0) Share HumanityReplyDelete
Great inchie and even more wonderful story. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
What a great idea. I haven't eaten Cadbury in my life but perhaps I will remember when I will be in England (some day).ReplyDelete
A lovely story and a great inchie.ReplyDelete