Tuesday, 1 December 2009

And the winners are;

Winner of Red Dawn & cards; Kristy of PAISLEY JADE

Winner of Cupcake Tea Wallet & cards; Nadine of PLEASE PLEASE GO TO SLEEP

Winner of the Funky Ruched Brooch & cards; Amber of CREATIVE HEART

Congratulations to you all, I only wish all of the entrants could get a prize!   Winners were chosen randomly using the random number generator found here!

My hysterectomy is only days away now, and so I expect the blog will be a little quiet for a few weeks or so.  Love you all.



Gail said...

Sigh, didn't win again! Hey, how do you get a stall at the crafternoon tea things? I have some friends looking for craft markets to sell at....

Pray that God will comfort you and keep you well during recovery!

sewfunky said...

Hey Gail,

Sorry you didn't win too! If your friends want to do crafternoon tea they just need to apply to have a table there - see blog link in my side bar!

Thanks for your kind thoughts!


PaisleyJade said...

Thanks so much again Dione!!!

Praying that your op will go well and you will be spoilt rotten as you recover.

Amber said...

Dione! What a piece of magic news! Hooray! I won your beautiful brooch and cards. Thank you so much & I cannot wait to wear your brooch. Thinking of you as you head into hospital, may you recover quickly! Hugs!

Linda said...

Just a piece of advise about post-op. Walk walk walk. I had the same surgery 5 years ago and I thought I would never be able to move normally again because of the pain. After 6 weeks of non-stop pain we had a long time planned trip to Disneyland and I didn't know how I was going to manage. I forced myself for the sake of 4 excited grandchildren and lo and behold after about 15 minutes of real walking, all the pain was gone - never to return. As much as you won't want to walk, DO IT!!

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