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This is intended to be mainly about my crafting stories, as a personal record of what I do. However, I interpret crafting quite widely, not just paper crafting but other things too. I have a butterfly mind and like to change from one thing to another depending on what I feel like on a given day - knitting, crochet, cross-stitch, cards, baking and several others.

Thursday, 30 December 2010

Grandaughter's mishap

This is just a very quick post to let everyone who enquired about our grandaughter after her accident, that she is full of energy and things seem to be healing well.  It could have been so much worse.  Thank you all for your good wishes, and a very Happy New Year to all of you.  See you in 2011.

2 comments:

ShazInOzCardsCalligraphy said...

Glad to hear the little one is on the mend, Maggie, and wish you all a very happy New over there too.. We had a beautiful day at the beach this morning! we have at last had some swimming weather and did so enjoy it with our little one before they head back to the big smoke at the weekend. I have posted my cards that I made with the rescued decorations at Christmas time have made over a dozen and so pleased with them all.. well God bless, and happy crafting in 2011. Shaz in OZ.xxx

Shazsilverwolf said...

Glad to hear she's ok, hope you all had a lovely Christmas, and heres wishing you a Peaceful & prosperous New Year. BTW, my post regarding making cards is general & birthday ones for the year. If I am ever organised enough to start my Christmas cards this early, you will know they are holding the Winter Olympics in Hell,lol.Will speak soon, Shaz