Well, I'm thankful there was a desk separating us, I thought she was going to jump the desk at one stage... Each container she opened there were more sentiment stamps, not just one stamp but a set, some of which had 30 or more. Of course it didn't help much when I'd say "Oh, I forgot about that one" and of course my personal favourite, "Oops!" followed by laughter. Honestly, she stamped her little fingers to the bone, she's such a 'Doll'. We laughed a lot, talked a lot, especially to ourselves...really, if anyone heard us together they would think us totally insane, bonkers. I did tell Eliza, I was going to do a recording just to see what we sounded like.....WOW! That would be scary...
|Bin # 3 - still waiting for Cases to arrive|
We survived the heat wave, 3 days of temperatures 42°C - 44°C, by the 3rd day my room was unbearable... we needed a break. What better way than a little retail therapy... Oh Boy! Eliza and I shopping, by phone, Internet or the shops, we see, we want it NOW. Patience, not being one of my virtues or Eliza's for that matter, once the item imprints on the brain, it's get out of the way or I will run you down...no joke... just don't mess with us when we are on a mission, it's dangerous business, shopping... LOL
|Yahoo! 200 houses for my stamps arrived.|
Just between you and I, I'm a little excited the cases turned up, so for now it's back to the catalogue. I was hoping to have it completed by next week, unfortunately the OCD has kicked in and now I find myself with obsessive plans to catalogue everything....go figure....as if I don't have enough to do... I know totally bleeding bonkers.
I'll have a break first, make a cuppa, put my feet up and cruise over to the Stamping Ground, see what's on Julia's desk. What are you waiting for, join in the blog hop and visit lots of very talented people....
Have a fabulous week and Happy WOYWW