Bon Voyage, Wysgal

For me, one of the big benefits of blogging is meeting fellow foodies and bloggers who love food! It starts with the occasional foodie EBs, then to the occasional food trips and frequent get together. Over time you become friends and once you get invited to someone’s house, then the relationship elevates to a new level. This is how I met Wysgal. She invited us for a despedida dinner and she cooked for us — how sweet! The dishes ala Wysgal was so good and most of us would have to agree that it was a nice dinner despedida.

We are so happy for you Wysgal as you move on to the next chapter in your life. I was so impressed that she got into Wharton MBA. I’ve always wanted to go to an Ivy League MBA in the US but it is a distant reality for me now. Thank you for the friendship and for cooking for us 🙂 We will miss you and excited to see you back in December. Please continue to blog and share with us your adventures in Wharton and Philadelphia. Blog about the amish community near there so that we can get a glimpse of them. Blog about the people you meet so that we can share in your adventure!

Bon Voyage Wysgal! (see related post: And she’s off… )

Anton

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