Dear me..

Goodness it has been 5 months since I last wrote, it has been such a busy 5 months, I hope you are all well and happy and have had a very lovely Christmas.

We had Christmas here again, but this time my eldest son, who is a chef, cooked the Christmas lunch here for us…..9 of us, it was lovely and there are left overs, which means I don’t have to cook for a couple of days…he did a great job in my dodgy oven and dodgy hotplates.  Only parts of both work, so it is always a hit and miss to make sure food cooks on time and cooks without burning :(  I am going to ask if the oven and hotplates can be replaced next year.

I have settled into this home and am very happy here, the landlord is great and slowly over the past 6 months has fixed or replaced things.  My work has expanded to 4 full days and next year for a while I will be working 4.5 days a week as the work share girl left just before Christmas and we may not replace her, it has loaded up my working days somewhat, although I don’t mind too much, makes the day more interesting and goes quick.

I have been crafting a bit when my eyes and tiredness allow, have done some embroidery, cross-stitch, knitting and crochet in the past few months….

tn_IMG_20131006_191547A little dress and shoes to fit 3 month old.

tn_Blue TitA little cross stitch for the ever so lovely Cuckoo

tn_IMG_20131226_163758Embroidery for my granddaughter for Christmas, she asked me months ago if I would make it for her.

tn_IMG_20131124_184803We had a very girlie High Tea here a few months ago, with family and extended family, we had a lovely day chatting and laughing.  I went around all the charity shops for months prior and bought lots of vintage cups, saucers and matching plates, serviettes and table cloths, I had so much fun looking for them, the anticipation of finding something beautiful in every shop….

tn_IMG_20131214_152905New Spring life, that little hole in the dirt was home to tiny little baby birds called Silvereyes, I could hear tiny teeny little cheeps, so sweet.

Two days before Christmas I received this lot of wonderful gifts from the ever so gorgeous Cuckoo such a generous girl is cuckoo.

tn_IMG_20131223_184905I made the little Robin Red Breast button into a brooch and wore him Christmas day.

Hope you and all your loved ones are having a lovely Christmas break, much love from me xoxo

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5 Responses to Dear me..

  1. Amanda Smith says:

    So very nice to see you back here on your blog Sandi. Glad also that you have finally settled in your new home,it does take awhile to make it feel like home,doesn’t it? I do love all these makes but the little girl on the swing embroidery is particularly nice!

    Merry Merry Christmas
    Amanda xx

  2. kath says:

    your crafts are all wonderful Sandi, hope you have an enjoyable holiday xx

  3. knitsofacto says:

    Helloooo … how lovely to see you popping by.

    Wishing you only good things in 2014 Sandi x

  4. Gem says:

    Hi Sandi
    Thank you so much for your gorgeous comment on my blog, it meant so much. How is life down under?
    I left IG a while ago so hurry up and blog so I can catch up on your news!!!!
    x x x

  5. kerry says:

    Come to check in on you Sandi and find you haven’t blogged for ages! Hope things aren’t horribly busy? Loving your makes there, especially the cross stitch birdy. I did the girl on the swing embroidery last year too!
    Hope all is good with you xx

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