Tuesday, June 06, 2006

IT’S HERE—IT’S HERE!!!

Wahoo—Yipee—My SP package arrived!! And wait till you see…





Lammi Ewejean and Mr. Ace couldn’t wait for me to open it…SP told me that there was something for Lammi with this package.













And when I did…










My Secret Pal likes playing tricks, each individually wrapped item had a number…and yes I opened them in order!













The contents (in case you missed something) are:

2 (not 1 but 2) Diana Gabaldon (she’s a popular Scottish writer who I’ve been wanting to read) novels—Cross Stitch and Dragonfly in Amber. I’ll be taking one of these to Richmond with me…since I’ll have plenty of reading and knitting time on my hands.

Highland Fudge---and YES it’s delicious—Of course I ate some, does no good to just look at it! No Lammi this is not yours!

A very precious lamb bookmark…which will go with my novels!

A pencil—which will go to work with me—WITH MY NAME ON IT—but if anyone takes it I’M the only one with this type of pencil—HA (get your own—It’s MINE)!

AND….(drum roll please)…for Lammi (I’m pretty sure this is her’s) a pet lamb--If you don't see it right away--look on her head! I’ve already chosen a name (Austin Powers fans will know this one)---Mini Me! Yes, I have a ‘sick’ sense of humor!

Mini Me may have to go to work with me to sit on my computer…that is if Lammi will let her go.

Secret Pal---You’re the best! Thanks so much!

Amendment/correction--I should have done my research prior to posting...it was pointed out to me that Diana Gabaldon is American...she lives in AZ! OOPS! And Cross Stitch is the UK title of Outlander! One should never assume anything---

5 comments:

Mary said...

Looks like you scored! Hey, tomorrow (Wednesday) night looks like a knit-night at Unraveled, so I will try to meet you there, if that interests you. Let me know!

secretpalgg said...

ENJOY!!!!!!!! So glad you like them. Say Hi to Lammi and Mini Me!!!

Birdsong said...

I just love the Mini Me lamb! I have read almost all of Diana Gabaldon but will go searching for Cross Stitch. If you get hooked, you should be able to find other volumes in used bookstores. How does Highland fudge differ from regular fudge?

Beth said...

What a cute picture of Lammi and Mini Me! Robin, it was a pleasure to meet you Wednesday at knit-night. I hope you'll join us next time you're in Richmond! Have a great weekend!!!

tangelled angel said...

I found your blog through The Spinning Wheel, and saw this post- just want to say that I hope you enjoy the Diana Gabaldon books- I have read them all several times and thoroughly enjoyed them!!