LOL! ok, so I've been back a few days but I've been knee deep in shipping orders that came in while I was away!!! Just finished packing the last few late last night and I am delighted to report that we are now all up to date!!! PHEW! Our little store was super busy while I was away!! Thank you all for your patience, hopefully all those little parcels of stampy fun will be landing very soon and I look forward to seeing what folks do with them!!
If you haven't already, join our gallery and upload your creations!!! There will be a monster prize randomly awarded to one lucky album owner in our Gallery at the end of September, that'll give you guys a chance to get making and uploaded!
Right, today's order of business for me is getting through the rest of the email enquiries I got while away, some of them I have already answered but there's still a stack to read through so my apologies if you are waiting for an answer, I had to get the orders out first, I know you'll understand!!
Then later today I'm hoping to Waltz!!! It was our monthly blog waltz yesterday!!! it's my favourite thing and I'm so sad I couldn't play! but I am looking forward to seeing all the fabby creations that you folks made!
Ohh and I believe I have a couple of prizes to ship!! Lisa and the gals were having a little fun while I was away and those template creations are begging for some of my time too! Sooo much eye candy!!!!
And now that the work is done you are all at my mercy for at least a week of holiday pictures and accompanying babble! LOL! Here's a start to it!
I'm not much given to 'dressing up'. It just hasn't been practical with 3 wee folk in the house, and frankly I aim for comfort rather than finesse, but recently I had occasion to don the glad rags at a rather upmarket venue. Silently congratulating myself for 'scrubbing-up' relatively well, I was smugly buttering the soup roll when I dropped the knife. Every affectation of good manners and grace deserted me as, elbows sky high, I clamped my knees together in an effort to catch the dissapearing article, not speedy enough, the ankles made a last attempt to contain the buttered knife before it landed resonantly on the hollow wooden floor...
The bright yellowness of the top quality, pure, unsalted creamery butter showed up beautifully on the jet black trouser suit as a frantic, red faced, wildly gesticulating figure with buttered legs was seen rushing to the restroom with a packet of wipes... I shouldn't be let out.