Thursday, December 23, 2010

Happy Holidays!

No matter what you're celebrating -- even if it's just being off work for a bit (I'd like to celebrate that every day!) -- I hope you thoroughly enjoy this time of year.
Yes, where I am it's dreary looking (actually raining!), it's damp, and cold. BUT...I don't have to work after today until it's a whole new year; my sister and her family are flying in from Maryland today; we're all healthy; and the year was good enough that Santa Claus is coming to our house. Lots of things to celebrate.

There are tatting things to celebrate too. I won a drawing at the Lace-Lovin' Librarian's website and received the most wonderful little packet of goodies. I was wondering if the "Royal Fail*" had invaded our USPS, but they did manage to deliver a very pretty yellow satin pouch with a shuttle, some thread, and other goodies. I'll have to post a picture after the holidays. (I'd like to claim I'm having technical difficulties, but it's really that I'm having organizational difficulties.) I got a beautiful tin tied in a silver ribbon from my exchange partner at The TattingForums. I'll get a picture of what's inside on Christmas day and post that later, too! I'm certain it's good stuff, though!
Finally, I've got pretty shuttles to use now -- that should make all my tatting prettier, right? I'm anticipating some good days of tatting and chatting with family. I wish you all the same.

*Check out the continuing mis-adventures of the English post at Jane Eborall's website!

5 comments:

Jane Eborall said...

Oh, dear. DO hope Royal Fail hasn't arrived in the USA!!!! That made me giggle to see Royal Fail mentioned on an American blog. Hope they don't send me to the Tower of London for my remarks!!!!

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

I hope you have a wonderful Christmas, Marty!

Happy Bluebird said...

Enjoy Christmas with your family! And Best Wishes for a fabulous :)

Susanne said...

Merry Christmas from a place where Christmas certainly is white and cold.

Koroneczka said...

Wesołych Świąt! :)