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Best Day Ever!

Well today has to be the best day so far this year, why? you ask.There are three reasons
1) Is because of the beautiful gift i recived from sally, which i found waiting for me when i got home from college.

This is my first stitched gift from a fellow blogger and i really love it, the design is really cute and i love the colours sally used, it's prefect for my machine bobbins, threads and needles. I alos recived some hand dyed floss. Thank you so much sally it is now sitting next to my sewing machine holding all my little bits and bobs!

2) Also when i came home i found three bags of new clothes from my mummy and new shoes all for my trip to london next week!

3)the wether was quite nice today after weeks a bad weather!lol



lena-lou said…
Definitely sounds like a brill day for you This gift from Sally is totally gorgeous and such a pretty colour :-))

Nice to be getting new clothes to be all ready for your trip :)

Don't know about you but we have had high winds today here!
Sally said…
I'm so pleased it arrived safely and that you like it:)

Nice to have some new clothes too.

It's been sunny here today but we've got really high winds.
Stephanie said…
glad your having a good day.:)
I love presents!! Sounds like you had a spectacular day. Lucky you! :)
Dee Light said…
How wonderful!! Who wouldn't love a day like that!!
tkdchick said…
What a lovely gift to get!

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