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I can breath again :)

Hey everyone thank you so much for all your kind wishes :) I got my results for my A-Levels on Tuesday, and after refusing to open them at first, i found that i passed all four in classics, history, religion and general studies :) I'm really pleased and i thank you all again for wishing me well :D

Now i know i promised something crafty in this post but i can show you what I've been up to just yet as my mum might see it and then it would be ruined. As soon as its done and given to her I'll finally let you see what I've been doing other than reading :D

Oh yes and i also received an award from sally Thank you sally I'm glad you like my blog so much :) i love reading your comments! and i thank you for all your support :)

The rules are:
1. Put the logo on your blog;

2. Add a link to the person who awarded you

3. Nominate at least 7 other blogs;

4. Add links to those blogs on yours;

5. Leave a message for your nominees on their blogs.

My nominees are:

Steph at Chasing Threads

laura at Adventures of a quilting diva

Kate at Two little Banshees

Emma and lisa at Buttonberry

I'm only nominating these four because i have been read any other blogs lately :) although i would love to nominate every blog in my blog roll because their all super!


Sally said…
So pleased you passed Sammy Jo. I'm dreading next year when Jess gets her final results!

Looking forward to seeing what you've made your Mum.
Kate said…
Thanks Sammy Jo! Congratulations on your A-Levels!
diva of quilts said…
Thanks for thinking of me! So glad to hear you passed your exams. ^_^

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