Bezzie, how quickly can you and the boys get over here?? conversational crochet sounds like a fantastic idea. I can do hot chocolate, snowmen and a trip to Shakespeare's Birthplace, as well as a visit to the Butterfly Farm and Fish n Chips...see you Saturday????? Wouldn't that be great?? I promise to stand in the Arrivals area at the airport sporting curlers and gum so you'd recognise me ;-)
The wool has arrived, but only as far as the front door before being carted back to the postal depot because there was no-one in to sign for it :-( so it is being redelivered to work tomorrow. I know I will not be able to resist an open and fondle before bringing it home - my resolve will weaken as soon as I have the box in my hands - I am so excited!! So excited in fact that I have forgotten to describe the snow!! One week on and it is still here, being topped up - it is like living in a real snowy place. It is so unlike this area to have snow, let alone constant snow - if we have snow here, it is really bad everywhere else. One of the joys of living in the Midlands, that and the fact that we live the furthest from the sea - oh well.
Still no photos to post as it is constantly dark at the mo, so any photos just look crappy. I have asked DD if I can borrow her Canon thingy 1000 at the weekend, and she said yes, so I will be able to emerge from the darkness and take some photos.
Other things that DD and I did today (apart from get excited about snow and yarn - more me than her admittedly), was to pop to Poundland where we purchased this little beauty.
Talking of gift giving, we also spotted these at Poundland, something for Bezzie's Booby Bar - a pair of nipple tassles for £1, or as DH said, "not bad, 50p each!".
I will leave you with that thought. Night night x
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