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Thank You :-)
Sunday, April 30, 2006
Thanks to everybody who sent us their congratulations. We were both bowled over by the ecards, emails and comment messages we received. That so many people cared about us getting engaged was totally unexpected and, well... what can I say other than thanks?

We're off to Llangollen in about an hour so don't expect any updates here until Tuesday evening at the earliest. Mind you, as far as I know there's a NWG meeting on Tuesday evening so any post I make will undoubtedly be after the national average bedtime (is there such a thing?). That's assuming I'm not so inspired to write that I throw myself straight back into the book and completely forget the blog. If that's the case, don't expect anything until Wednesday.

Would you mind airing the blog out before I get back and perhaps putting a duster round? Thanks :-)



Posted by Sharon J on 2:12 PM   

6 Comments:
Blogger Sue aka MsCreativity said...

Have a great time away. I'll get the duster out while you're gone. As soon as I can find it, that is. (Was it really *that* long ago since I last saw it?!):-)

7:59 PM   


Anonymous Karen Lee Field said...

Have a wonderful time away, Sharon.

I put help put dust around the place. You'll love the new look when you get home. ;)

9:49 AM   


Blogger Martyn said...

Apologies for my shoddiness in sending you my congrats ! Hope you have a great time away.

10:56 AM   


Blogger Minx said...

Dust, as if I would! I bought you some chocolates instead, they were lovely!

10:00 PM   


Blogger Kathy Holmes said...

What a great engagement story - love the ring! Hope you have a wonderful time away.

3:03 PM   


Anonymous Sharon J said...

Thanks to Sue and Karen for getting their dusters out. Minx: why am I not surprised you brought chocs instead?

Marty and Kathy. We had a wonderful time. The best :)

9:30 PM   


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