Monday, 30 April 2007

Paul Temple and the case of the blog swap and the Sunburned Librarian

I hope everyone had a fabulous weekend! Wasn't the weather brilliant (more on that story later!) I'm so grateful to the lovely bloggers who participated in the swap we've just had. I feel terribly guilty that I only sent one out as everyone else has sent me one (lovely people!) I do have to beg extreme circumstances what with Mum's party and all, however you should look out for little surprises dropping through your front doors soon! Here they are in all their glory! What a talented lot you all are!

So to you lot - I'm holding aloft a cup of my best Royal Blend Tea and an organic oatcake biccie!
I will never lose my page again!
Gill@ The Red Rose one
Allison @ The Purple Floral one
Susan @ The Yellow and Orange Embellished one
Wendy @ The Classic Black and White one
Special Thanks to Jo of course for organising it all!
And on to the next part of the post...
Today people I'm am all a-glow... I'm creating my own little furnace with the heat generated by sunburn. Sophers and I went to visit some friends who live in a BEAUTIFUL little house in Wales. They have done all the work on it themselves and they have done a magnificent job. They are friends we met through mbira camp and we are very glad to have met them. They put on a lovely spread and provided a great place for us to gather and play. So thanks Eve and James, we'll be back!

Isn't concentration a wonderful thing - thanks Sophers.... I'm going to get one of your "mbira face" too!

Here ends yet another long post! I hope everyone else had a good a weekend as I did!


Angel Jem said...

Brilliant weekend... both yours & mine!

Alison said...

Looks like you had a lovely weekend in Wales Sarah:-)
Take care
Alison x

Papoosue said...

Thanks for your comments on my blog :) xx Wasn't the bookmark swap fun!

wendy said...

Sarah, you do not have to send anything at all. Lovely swap arranged by angel jem and really enjoyed it, nice to fid new blogs like yours to follow:o)

tash said...

Lovely photos - it looks like you and your mbira had a great time!