Sunday, 30 December 2007

Rag rescue prepares for the New Year.

I've had the most wonderful deserved rest over the past two weeks. After standing for seven days in cold marques at the Swinderby International Antiques Fair and braving the wind and rain at the Stafford Bingley Hall fair, my husband and I were exhausted and ready to drop. However, this year we had our London trip to look forward to. We spent four wonderful days with our son and partner in Guildford who then treated us to the most delicious meal in London's Chinatown before we moved on to see the musical Spamalot. After returning home we only had one day rest before our long standing friend arrived from Malaysia on a quick two and a half days visit.

Christmas came and went in spectacular style, our best ever, with Daniel and Emma making the trip from Guildford which had taken us only 5 hours but on the Sunday before Christmas took them a gruelling 7 hours. Still they soon recovered and the merriment started the following day. I've never seen so many presents under the tree since the children were small. Mum enjoyed it too, seeing us all so happy and enjoying ourselves.
We only have New Year to go through now and the celebrations will come to a close. Boo Hoo! We have decided to spend it on our own this year, the first time ever and I'm actually looking forward to it.

So it's back to business. I've already started preparing more scrap bags for
They were so very popular from dealers across the globe that I thought I ought to stock up again. I hope to be listing them sometime this week and will notify those regular customers as to the exact date when I am a little closer to getting myself back into full gear again. I will also be listing some items on my other website
If you wish to be notified of any future listing then please contact me.


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