The ramblings from a small quilt shop on the South Islands West Coast of New Zealand

Wednesday, December 23, 2009


Yeah, I’ve heard from my man, I mean I’ve heard him!  Now what better Christmas gift could  I get than that?  despite the regular 38 degree heat and being away from family he is safe and well – whew.  Christmas day he and other kiwi’s will be going to a local orphanage to give out gifts and spend time with the children. I am so grateful that he can spend the day with children, after all the day is all about one special child. sandyclaus
I presume when they return to their base they will be pool side or even at the beach, either way non of them will be alone, and for that I am truly thankful.
As I sit here reflecting on the year just past there are many things I’m grateful for  (this is starting to sound like a ‘thanksgiving’ speech),  one of them is the friendship that I have discovered from those of you in blog land, thank you for sharing your lives and times, your thrill and spills. I feel that I really do have friends all over the world - how lucky am I?
  May each of you be safe, be happy and have a wonderful time with your families I look forward to hearing about your exploits.
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  1. Wahoo babe, I'm thrilled for you to hear from your man, you'll sleep and dream well tonight, that you will-lol.
    hugs Deb

  2. What a wonderful early Christmas pressie. Great to hear your man is safe and well. You will sleep a littler easier tonight. Hugs Jx


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