Wednesday, December 21, 2011

brattleboro memorial hospital challenged each of its departments

to a gingerbread house competition.
this week i'll be sharing some of the highlights.
today's entry: the cardiology unit

16 comments:

Malyss said...

The kind of competition I like !!:o)

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This looks like it should be the entry for the Psychology Unit.

Regarding your comment yesterday on Sharon's Phoenix Daily Photo site in which you wondered how much of the pottery were gifts, yesterday in the office we gave about 10 of the pieces away to the people who work for us, and Julie's mother is getting a few pieces for her new house. We already have about 30 of Ted's pieces on display in our house, and we will add a few more.

The rest will go into our closet where we keep a stash to use for gifts for the future, as Julie does not like to run out and buy gifts when we need them. We just go to our closet and do our "shopping" there.

Doug Hickok said...

That is a very impressive creation! Perhaps the best part will be eating the presentation after the show is over. I will look forward to seeing more.

Steffe said...

Better than anything I could make:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/steffe/74151005/

VP said...

Cordiology is very good, I am curious to see the others!

Melissa said...

What a great event. Love the summery theme. I always wondered how to use candy corn in a gingerbread house!

Sharon said...

Very nicely done!

Sharon Creech said...

Looks like a sunny-clime-inspired gingerbread house!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Looks so good Brattcat, I bags eating the lady on the lilo haha!

btw I have to say I love to cook, but have never been particularly good at baking, I think Aimee got her skills in that department from my Mum. Have to say it really is hard when she has a baking spell, so hard to resist.

Jack said...

Yay, Cardio! They did a good job. My daughter would SO be there if she worked at the hospital. She did a gingerbread house every year she was at home. I wonder if that has continued now that she has launched into the great big world.

Lowell said...

This is superb. I'll vote for the cardiology unit ... looks like they've all been to Florida!

JM said...

Fantastic! I've never seen anything of the kind.

Bob Crowe said...

And not a set of defibrillation paddles in sight. Practice what you preach?

Lynette said...

What a great idea. Thanks for sharing your photos!

Kate said...

It's a delightful sight that belies the trauma often found in cardiology areas.

Irina said...

Well, looking through your latest posts I can say that I like new village you live in now. But Brattleboro is still in my heart..
Your red/green clothes are very fine, too.
Warmest congratulations and Happy Holidays!