Thursday, February 12, 2015

Betty MacDonald and her garden

Betty MacDonald

               Betty MacDonald                        Letizia Mancino

Betty MacDonald fan club fans,

Betty MacDonald fan club organizer Linde Lund is surprised that some Betty MacDonald fan club fans seem to have problems to answer Betty MacDonald fan club question. 

A very good advice deaerest Betty MacDonald fan club fans. 

If you visit Linde Lund's page you might find a video of Betty MacDonald's  friends. 

Come on guys!  You will be able to answer this question. 

Perhaps you are the winner of Betty MacDonald fan club contest. 

Good luck!

Who is Betty MacDonald's adorable friend and in which book did Betty MacDonald mention this cutie?

Betty MacDonald fan club contest deadline: February 25, 2015

Betty MacDonald Memorial Award Winner  Wolfgang Hampel  and Betty MacDonald's very witty sister Alison Bard Burnett are talking about Betty MacDonald's special friends in this famous Betty MacDonald fan club interview.

Mr. Tigerli's birthday is on Valentine's Day.

It's on Saturday.  Let's celebrate our darling's birthday.

Great news!  

Betty MacDonald fan club honor member, artist and author Letizia Mancino is going to write a book about world famous Mr. Tigerli. 

As you can see above Betty MacDonald and our beloved 'Italian Betty MacDonald' Letizia Mancino are very beautiful, charming and witty.

There is a new Betty MacDonald fan club research team 'Betty MacDonald and her garden'. 

If you are interested in joining this team send us a mail please. 

The Betty MacDonald fan club team members will be delighted to hear from you.

Do you like a funny tour of Vashon Island?


on Island has changed little since Betty described it 50 years ago as,
“… a stout gentleman taking a Sunday nap under a wooly dark green afghan. The afghan, obviously homemade, is fringed on the edges, occasionally lumpy, eked out with odds and ends of paler and darker wools, but very ample so that it falls in thick folds to the water. Against this vast greenness, houses scattered along the shore appear small and forlorn, like discarded paper boxes floated in on the tide.”
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