Wednesday, November 29, 2006

I am Still Here

I really have read most of your blogs and tried to comment on some. Its just a busy time for me. I have been making 2 and 3 trips to the post office each day to mail out soaps. Trying to get all the gifts wrapped and stockings stuffed for Christmas weekend starting this Friday. Trying to get things done around here and the animals taken care of. Miss Diva does not like to be ignored! I am trying to finish printing Christmas cards and I haven't even put a Christmas tree yet! I am so far behind but hope to get caught up after the weekend. Just think I will have lots of photos of hayrides, children, toys, and Megan opening her sesame street game in front of the fireplace to share with you when I get back! So forgive me for not posting much this week and I promise to be back full force Monday. Don't forget to post when you receive your swap stocking.

22 comments:

Bossy♥'s YOU said...

man thats a lotta trips to the post office woman..
:)

Moobear said...

Ah just do what you hafta do Peggy and we will just hafat miss you til you return. Have fun doing all the good things.


God Bless!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like you are a very busy woman! I want to purchase some of your soap sometime...but it will just have to wait awhile. I completely understand about being busy! ;)

Anonymous said...

Thanks goodness for the holidays.
I rather be busy then bored to tears

Kathleen Marie said...

Sounds like you are getting a lot done really. I have been at a standstill for a couple days as I had my grandbaby here and today I was just tired...but time to move on! God Bless!

PEA said...

This is such a busy time for all of us...I'm also behind in visiting blogs but I only visit as time permits me:-) We'll eventually all get caught up!! hehe I still haven't received your stocking but I find the postal service between the States and Canada terrible! It must go around the world a couple of times first! lol I'll let you know as soon as it arrives:-)

Rosa said...

Peg, don't rush yourself. Remember the season. Sit back and enjoy! Try and think of how much enjoyment your soaps bring to people when you are making them. (My brother, his wife and two girls LOVE Miss Diva's soap!--sure glad I ordered extra already!!) Tomorrow is my stocking day. I have all my "ingredients." Just need to do a little sewing and cross-stitching and filler-up! Can't wait to see how it turns out. You just never know what you vision--it never looks the same, does it! hehe. Blessings my friend during this wonderful Season. xoxo

Anonymous said...

ah, not to worry about such things! You have quite a lot going on right now and the most important thing is you stay healthy and rested and ENJOY!!!
I LOVE your soaps AND btw - G and I gobbled up the pear and apple butter and the jam...YUMMMMMY!!!
Have you figured out a way to bottle your energy yet? ;)
XOXO

novaks8 said...

Slow down lady!

(even though I was busy all day myself and here I am up at 4 am)

I will be mailing mine out at the deadline I'm afraid. I'm bad like that.
My kids saw the stuff I bought and begged several things off me.
So I need to go pick up a few more items.

fairycakegirl said...

Have a great time. Has Norm arrived back to the States yet??

Jeanne said...

Blessings to you sweet friend.
Love Jeanne ^j^

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Anonymous said...

It's ok to relax a little Peggy... I just gave one of your soaps to a friend with her gift.....it was the almond and smelled so good... I hope Ms. Diva is well.....

Anonymous said...

I haven't visited in awhile Peggy - just been caught up with 'stuff' - I hope to be back on track now.
I am so sorry to hear about your uncle Bob xoxo I will light a candle for him on my Christmas altar.
I think I have my stocking! there are parcels galore to unpack here - I am so blessed - thankyou for organizing it.
I am just about to put my christmas soaps out in my foyer to give to lucky friends when they visit - and my pomegranate is just about finished so I must order some more soon - love and hugs always, Robyn xo

It's a FLIP-FLOP World said...

Peggy, I would not worry about it right now. It is busy for everyone and everyone knows that so do what you have to do. I will just keep checking back when I can too...Have a great weekend..Sandy
Oh did you read that we have lost our most precious cat!! Lucy went out Sunday night and just has not returned. We both have been just sick all week.

Tee said...

I love how seasonal it is in here :)

Glad to hear you're doing such good business with the soaps. I hope I eventually get to order some.

I can't imagine how busy you are this time of year - on top of your usual busy-ness! LOL.

Lee-ann said...

I just know the feeling, it is such a rush to do everything here at the moment and the simple pleasure of stopping and chatting with a friend over coffee gets pushed back a bit. I must correct that now.

I see Robyne may have her parcel from me that is good I hope her stocking has arrived I worry about the post at this time of the year.

Have a lovely evening Peggy.
Lee-ann

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