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Friday, 5 October 2012

Do parcels go thud...

... on the doormat if no-one is there to hear them?  Philosophy-Friday anyone!?

Well this week parcels have been arriving with deafening regularity, I received some more Sizzix dies to show and tell at a later date, including hexies - whoop-whoop!  And also more supplies for my secret projects, along with good old fashioned fabric-mail.


I have my October Brit Bee bundle of pink and orange lovelies to make Susan a star block, which in my case will be a mahusive Consellation; a super package from Justine's Simply Solids, Sew Stitchy charms and my christmassy FQ freebie; and then a Sew Stitchy panel, my Addicted to Text - Sewing Guide yardage and some awesome Dear Stella Campgrounds, that just jumped in my basket over at Intrepid Thread too.

I have a lot on my plate this weekend - I will be taking my turn on the Scrappy-Stashy-Hoppy-Ma-gig tomorrow, I have to finish one of my secret projects so it can be mailed off early next week and I want to get a bit more of my Mouthy Stitches tote finished and we may even go swimming!

There may also be the purchasing of a ticket!!!

Any plans my friends?

18 comments:

  1. I love packages from Intrepid Thread! The handwritten note and the bonus charms are always fun to receive.

    Also, I need your address so I can stalk you and steal your mail. I mean bring you cookies. ;) Just kidding! have fun with all those goodies!!

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  2. Of course they go thud! That's a lot of lovely mail :). Here's to a productive weekend that is only dampened by a dip in the pool :)

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  3. Your postie must be on double time.!

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  4. Oooh nice mail. I will be hoping to get myself a ticket for the weekend of next year. If I don't prepare for some full on snotty crying.

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  5. You have lots going on. So for Philosophy Friday: Is it a good thing or a bad thing when your postman thanks you for having so many packages delivered to your doorstep on a regular basis...?

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  6. Ticket buying is definitely on the agenda for tomorrow! Jxo

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  7. Is that some lovely Ladies' Stitching Club in that Bee bundle? What a lot of lovely post you have!

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  8. Wow! You are going to e one busy Gal.

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  9. Parcels definitely go thud, even if no one is home...it is just a more hollow, lonely sound! I can't believe you are planning for FQR already! What with Sewing Summit.....grrrr!

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  10. great post :-) well reminded on the ticket front!!!

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  11. I don't have a letter box, just a mail box at the end of the road. It's very exciting though to open it on the way home!
    We're taking our friends 4 year daughter to the fair this afternoon. Wish us luck!
    After a bit of ticket buying of course!

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  12. Ticket buying and NO revision or studying. Perfect

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  13. I bought me ticket. Can't wait to meet you

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  14. They only go thud in the night... oh no, wait, that might be something else ;o)

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