Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Pay It Forward

I used a random number generator to help me pick three people to received handmade gifts. 9, 5 and 1.

The 9th, 5th and 1st comments were left by:

Turtle

Julie

Cole

Email me at collier39(at)cox(dot)net with your favorite colors I will start on my Pay It Forward projects.

It's been kinda crazy around here the last several days and by crazy I mean pitiful and pathetic and whiny and sick, but I won't bore you with the details of our last few days.

Be watching, I haven't forgotten about the blogbirthday contest, I am just a day or two behind.

On Saturday I got some beautiful yarn in the mail from Norway, more about that and some pictures later. Thank you, Tone.

I'm way behind on blog reading, I'll catch up.

Today I'm thankful for:

1. The unbelievably helpful, caring, friendly surgical staff at Southcrest.

2. Tamiflu.

3. Sprite.

6 comments:

Marianne said...

Ooooh, I'm so sorry, you've had the 'Icky'...or was it the 'Yucks'?

Feel better soon!

Hobbygåsa said...

I hope you feel better, nothing as bad and boring than being sick. Glad the yarn has arrived, but don't feel like you have to blog it. I am thankful today for have been to the dentist and he said "Here is nothing for me to do, come back in a year or so". Take care!

Fannie Pie said...

Hope you feel good enough to make knit night! Sorry you've been icky... maybe now you've had your quota of yucky stuff for a bit!

Turtle said...

Yeah, i have been wanting to play in a Pay It Forward! Now i need to start thinking about what i will also knit and pass on. Yeah!

I will email you after this as well, thank you!

So sorry you aren't feeling well. My daughter has been sick in bed, lol, my bed mostly, with the cold/flu. Took her to the dr's today to be sure that was all it was, yup! Fluids fluids and rest...for you both!

Julie said...

Sorry to hear you've been sick; I hope you're on the mend!

Yay for PIF; this is such fun!

Kristina B said...

Wah. Feel much better soon, Amy!! SIGH.

Looking forward to seeing the yarn from Norway.