I walked to work today in the snow! Honest, it was not a lot I must admit but it was snow.
The little guys had got really excited and wore wellies and woolie hats to school, but it soon started to rain and disappeared. I like snow, but only where snow should be, on hills and mountains and ski resorts not in Dorset where it turns to mush.
We had to pick double winners from our Bingo bag today, four winners for the macaron ribbon and two winners for the Pack winners. As Sam and Mollie were wrapped up for their long awaited sledging (Bev brought Sam a sledge at Christmas and he sits in it while watching tellly - ahhh!) trip, but after school there was no snow so I took them to the woods instead.
Here they are picking the winners whilst sat on the Crafty Ribbons trailer!
ALL Sam and Mollies numbers for the Macaron ribbon winners
Number 3 = Laura
I've never eaten a macaroon and as I started reading I thought I should probably try one... but at a pound a pop?! I might just stick to the ribbon!!
Number 13 = Marilyn McLaughlin
This is the first time I have heard of these sweet things.....but the ribbons are adorable! xx
Number 23 = Claire Boelema
Oh wow!!!! These are just stunning! This might even tempt me to bake :o
Number 24 = Clare Clubb
Oh how lovely, and no calories!
Mollie Picked the winners of the Friday FREEBIE
Number 3 = Sharon N
Here are my fav five it took me a while but I got there.
Number 24 = Julie
I hope that your hand will be back to normal very soon.
First, I would choose Purely White and Sparkle as they're my favourites from the packs I already have. And then to go along with them I'd choose Love Hearts, Silver and Paws.
Well done everyone, Marilyn, Laura, Claire and Clare you are going to be crafting with our super EXCLUSIVE Macaron ribbons and Sharon and Julie have bagged themselves some super January Pack ribbons. All we need are addresses please to email@example.com.
Thank you to everyone that left wonderful comments, and for your concerns for my thumb. I have no idea what I have done. My thumb has been unable to support itself for a while and has been really painful, at times I just wanted to chop it off! After treatment on Friday they tell me I have damaged the tendons in my forearm which supports the thumb. With all their prodding, pushing and manipulating the pain runs from my shoulder to my thumb, now I want to chop my whole arm off! I am really looking forward to my next treatment on wednesday - not!
Take care all.