Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Today is maybe a little bit ORANGE!!!

Winner from purple day is.......number 2 & 8 yes thought we would be nice and have 2 for this one!! Just a quick thank you to Nikki and Elisha who came down last night...they packed up all the packs for us....thanks so much girls!! Made my life a little easier.....

Quick news flash.....we have about 4 monarch butterfly Martha Stewart punches arriving within the next 2 weeks....so if you would like one, get in quick... leave a comment, email us or sms us.....first in best dressed girls.....(they will be about $18 me thinks...not sure yet exactly on price...but will let you know as soon as we know)

Now its orange day today.....so we have buttons flowers, ribbons c/s and pp's so leave us a comment telling us about something special that has happened to you lately.....we love to hear how your lives are going.....
Kathie
xoxo

11 comments:

princessbeccie said...

ooo id love a punch please... i think its the one i tred to order from my 2 angels but she couldnt get them??? ..... not a whole lot special has happened to me lately... but i did get accepted into uni early!!! im so excited!!!!

Anonymous said...

Rob and I have been married 2yrs and together 10yrs i think thats pretty special. i wouls love an orange pack too.
Elisha

Becci Sundberg said...

Ooo orange!
We've had a few special thing happen her lately.
Randall has struggled with his behaviour at school his whole life (he's 14 and in year 9).
This year he has gone ahead in leaps and bunds. Enough that his teachers have recognised him and he was awarded with the local councils Encouragement Award at the schools Presentation night!
On Sunday Randall was baptised.I amnot religious, Brian believes in the bible but doesn't like the differences of chirches. But we have always let the children choose religion for themselves. Was a lovely service.
Plus today my brother is coming down for christmas! He is in the Navy based in Cairns. We haven't seen him since he was down for last christmas and will have about 3 weeks here!

lizzyc said...

orange...cant go past the navel....orange that is!!and those beautiful candelula flowers.. like a big daisy!! humm life is pretty quiet here.. it rains off and on.. i am trying to feel chrismassy because i am trying to write my christmas letter.. but apart from checking my blog and facebook....i am not progressing in my attempts to get ready for the 25th of this month!! hope you are all having a great day!!

Nikki said...

no problem kath :-D
Hmm... something special, well um just being with all my boys everyday is special enough for me :-)

Pauly said...

Pretty sure Jacqui would love the monarch punch if they havent gone already. Please keep one if any left and if she doesnt want then I will. Something special......I won a purple pack off a very generous lady!!!!!!!!! Thanks a squillion!!

Katrina said...

Hey Kathie, if there's still a monarch butterfly punch un-taken I'd love to re-home it :)

As for something special hmmm lots I guess, Ummmmmmm I guess the biggest thing I can't reveal just yet but I think you know what that is... For the moment I'm looking forward to getting out of bed - day 3 of being bed (or bathroom) ridden with gastro has really taken everything I had out of me :( Bring on happy days and butterflies again.....

lexie said...

Hi gorgeous lady if there is a punch going spare I would love one

Nothing that special happening here atm...just going from day to day hoping that I get everything done that I have too....Orange reminds me of Summer.... lovely hot days oh how I wish for one of them right now....oxo

Heddie said...

Hello Kathie,
Had a phone call out of the blue from a girl I used to work with 10 years ago, in Queensland. Couldn't believe it.. Arranged to catch up after Christmas.
Love Orange and would love a punch but they might be all gone - no worries - see you Friday night if the rain ever stops.xxx Might have to get a dingy LOL

Jodi said...

Something special that happened just 2 months ago was that our whole family was able to fly to California to see one of our sons graduate from Marine bootcamp. A memory we will always treasure. We're very proud of him!

Jane said...

Something special - my son officially finished primary school yesterday and will be in high school when we return in 2011. For me an era is over as he is my youngest and in some ways that makes me sad to think that his young boy days are all but behind him and we will see many, many changes both pysical and intellectually in the coming years. It also is a reminder that my husband and I are getting older and while the years march on for our son they do so for us too. The other half of me is glad though as with each new life experience we grow and we learn and it reaffirms that remarkable cycle of life. All good really I guess.