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Saturday, 2 May 2009

Early start, lots of mess, and a Bag



Good Evening!
Here I am trying to cool down after having a much too hot bath, whilst reading Easy Living (purchased due to the Free CK wash bag!) with a glass of cold Tonic Water (the only cold drink in the fridge thats non alcholic!) with a bright pink face. I have had a very nice productive day (I can't bear to just sit about) and my day started early thanks to Miss Sue Ma OWING at 6 am today for her brekki. Well I couldn't go back to sleep and Mr M mumbled that he wanted a cup of Coffee, even thought I KNEW he would fall back to sleep as soon as I made it...any way with a sleeping husband and a kitty eating what do you think I did....only got on the sewing machine at 6.45 am. I am mad.

Managed to shorten a pair of Trousers by 7.30am, and after dropping Mr M at the station for his day trip to London (to go to a book signing) off I trotted to the local Charity Shops, which were really rubbish...I did do a good deed though. With the money I planned to treat my self with in the second hand shops, I decided to give it to a sweet man dressed as a Dalmation collecting for the local Animal Sanctuary...but my appetite wasn't fulfilled, so I decided to travel to another town just down the road to see what bargins I could find there. Now I'm not going to name this place, as I really regretted going there, and I don't think its really fair of me to name and shame this town. But, what a depressing place it was, even in the sunshine, plus I couldn't find my way out of it which paniced me a bit. (For a brief moment I thought I was in some weird Twilight Zone Episode.) Any way, I won't be going there again.

So I was home by 1pm, and then decided to make a complete mess of my living room, sewing and cutting and sticking..
a knitting bag...or crafty bag thingy with some lovely Laura Ashley fabric I found. Don't look too closely though!!! it was harder than I thought!!

So now I'm shattered, and I have to go and pick Mr M up at 9....hopefully with some interesting tales of London!
Happy Saturday!!

Love Sam xxx

13 comments:

Floss said...

Wow, what a busy day! I get the French version of Easy Living, called 'Avantages', because it's a good level for my French! It has a great craft section each month - is the English one the same?

Jemm said...

I need a day like that once in a while. It makes you feel so good about yourself. Good for you :)

scrap-n-away said...

I'm glad to see your room looks like mine when I'm working in it. LOL! Love the bag. Have a great day.

LissyLou said...

The bag looks great!

Tea with Willow said...

Wow, what a productive day ... and what an early start! I often get 'persuaded' out of bed by my three cats taking it in turns to jump on me, or in Leo's case, biting my elbow until I take notice of him!

Love the bag by the way - the fabric is gorgeous! Hope you have a more restful day today .. and perhaps Mr M will bring you a cup of tea in bed?!

Willow x

Josie-Mary said...

Lovely bag :)

bex said...

love the bag! it looks good to me! i wish i could make some mess when im making...but the sewing table is tucked into the corner of our living room and there isn't really any space to meake mess!
x

Shabby Chick said...

Love the bag! It looks great. Can't believe you got up so early by choice!

Mel xxx

Pink Feather Paradise said...

love the bag and the mish mash of a day... hope the book signing went well

X ALex

Eclectic Pink Rose said...

I love the bag, that fabric is so sweet and feminine!!!
♥ Teresa

Country Cottage Chic said...

A very busy day! The bag looks lovely - very summery with those lovely flowers! I'm sewing today too - tea cosies & pincushions.

ag said...

wowow that bag is incredible!!!!
love ag

rachel the krafty girl said...

hehe my cats do that!if i let them in one of my boys would be gnawing at us,i dont think its to wake us up though,i genuinely believe he wants to eat us!

i was like that saturday i had a sudden need to do some embroidery!

i really love that bag.

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