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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Can you relate...and a Swap Reminder!

Saw this cute saying on FB the other day and I thought many of you would enjoy it!  It made me chuckle because sometimes that fits me to a T!  

I wanted to send out a quick reminder that the sign-ups for my Second Annual Pin Keep swap are ending on January 31st...wow...that is only two days away...where did January go?  To find out all about the swap, just click on the link in my right sidebar.  I have 18 gals signed up so far - it should be a lot of fun.  This is a quick and easy swap, so if you haven't joined a swap before, why not give it a try...and if you are a regular swapper, I know you can fit this one in too!  Hope to see you sign up today!

I had promised pictures of some of my newest projects and the closet progress that hubby is making in my sewing room...but alas...my camera eats batteries and I haven't been to the store yet to purchase more.  Hoping to do so tomorrow. 

Sorry for the boring post today....not much happening up on the hill the last few days.  We are hoping to have a house full this weekend for Super Bowl Sunday, so I am busy getting projects done.  
Have a lovely day!


  1. I posted that sign on my FB, Wendy! Just fit me perfectly, too!

  2. Love the quote and boy,can I relate.LOL! Looking forward to the swap and pics of the closet progress.Have a great day.Hugs,Jen

  3. Okay....I'm a procraftinating person....LOL. :0)

  4. I saw that saying on FB the other day and shared it because it is sooooooooooooo like me. Have fun on Sunday. :)

  5. Yep, I can relate...just today my oldest had to call for and remind me to come and pick him up because I was caught up in a project LOL!

    I would love to join the swap but I am just so overwhelmed right now and I think that one more thing would throw me over the edge!



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