Saturday, December 6, 2008

Saturday's Schedule


Wow, did we ever have a busy Saturday! I went to a women's group Christmas breakfast with Mollie this morning. It was wonderful to share Christmas memories and traditions that we are passing on to the next generation. After breakfast, we went to Charles' football game. And they had their first win of the season! Yeah! Then we came home and did a thorough cleaning, as we are hosting a Christmas Party tomorrow for our "life group" from our church. It is basically a group of 12 - 14 people who get together for fun and to grow together spiritually as well as pray for each other and be a real community for each other in this age of isolationism. Anyway, we set up the tree last night and tidied up the house today. We got a little crazy and even did the garage! (Which means I can now get to more of my fabric stash - lol).

And with all the busyness, I went to the mailbox and what did I find? My Secret Santa package from the Bee Sew Whimsical Swap! It came all the way from Australia from the wonderful Bronwyn. She doesn't have a blog, so I won't link her :) . I already put the ornaments on the tree and have hung the banner in my kitchen! It was such a beautiful package with many wonderful items inside, two beautiful handmade ornaments (I wish I could do embroidery stitches that small!), a card, a banner, a magazine, candies, a beautiful Christmas cracker, and an adorable tape measure. I am getting ready to sit down for a spell and read the gorgeous magazine that was in the package. This swap was so much fun and now I have a new friend too :) Thank you so very much for the awesome package! All in all a busy and wonderfully full day. Life is good.

6 comments:

Janellybelly said...

Wow! Look at all that cool stuff. Who was your swap partner?
Janelle xx

RebeccaMom said...

I updated the post to tell that it came from Bronwyn in Monbulk, Australia.

Darlene said...

Hi Rebecca...

Look at all that deliciousness. Absolutely gorgeous! I'm sure that they will have a special spot on the tree.

It was certainly my pleasure in hosting this Honeypot Swap. All the Honeypot swappers certainly filled the world in festive inspiration & spirit!

It's great to have so many wonderful & caring friends in my life that share the same passions for stitching & creativity.

I wish you & your family a wonderful Christmas & may your New Year be filled with creative stitching & inspirational thoughts!

take care

hugs
xoxo

Rebecca Jo said...

Hi!! You were the post ahead of me on SITS - saw the name & had to visit!!!

Love your tree - looks like fun home made stuff on it - always loved to make paper chains!!! And what a cool secrt Santa - Does St. Nick live in Australia? Is that close to the North Pole- hehe!

Hope you have a great day!

Tiffany said...

Hi, I'm visiting from SITS. what great mail you got! How fun!

WishTrish said...

Hi! Just stopping by from SITS! BEEautiful tree! I love all the goodies in your secret santa box. Sadly, I sent out several in November, and haven't received any in return. :(

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