As is traditional there is to be a giveaway but I'm going to ramble on a bit more before we get to that ;-)
First of all thank you so much for all your lovely comments on my last post. I appreciate every single one of them and still intend to reply to all of you.
I hope you all had a great New Year's Eve. Our plans changed at the last minute and we went round to our friends' for a fab, slightly (!) tiddly night. I may have had one glass too many as I couldn't actually get out of bed yesterday (apart from several emergency dashes to the 'big white telephone to talk to Huey!!!!' - if you know what I mean....).
At my age.
Today I have discovered my house again as we decided to put the decorations away. It's amazing how minimal everything can look once the tinsel is down!!
Is that enough waffle for you?
I could go on - surprisingly ;-)
We could just cut the crubbish and get back to the job in hand. As I've done no sewing whilst the children have been off I have not yet put together my Giveaway Goodies.
However, whatever I do put together will include this little lady:
This is Rosy, sister of Rosy and she is looking for a loving new home. She's used to being with children, dogs, gerbils and monkees made of knit. If you fit into any of those categories make sure you leave a comment. She also likes chaos, cuddles, ice cream and shopping. If you can oblige in any of those areas then enter the draw. She does talk quite a bit. In fact out of all the Rosies I've made she is by far the chattiest. Her favourite subject is fairies. Her least favourite subject is boys.
If you fancy winning Rosy and some accompanying, as yet undecided and unmade, goodies then leave your comment on this post before Sunday 6th January, 12noon (GMT).
I will do a totally impartial and random draw after that time. If you've never been out of the closet before and left a comment then here's your chance :)
Now that my stomach has recovered I shall raise a glass this evening to my 100th blog.
Cheers and lots of love,