Saturday, 10 May 2008

And now for something completely different!

Look what came in the mail yesterday - two very funky ATC trades from
the blogless Laurence Rocher in France!
Such fun!! Thanks Laurence.

PS Yes, I am in panic mode (it's official) - too much to do today and last night I did "something" to my knee so I am hobbling around the place, cursing myself for leaving so much to the last minute!


Melusine said...

My suggestion would be to sit down and make a list of what you asolutely need to pack - list the items of clothes, wash bag stuff and essential craft stuff that you think most likely needed for each tutorial ... then once the list is complete you go off and collect everything in one place and then pack. I sometimes have the list down weeks in advance ... sometimes an hour or so before packing ... but I do find it easier to make the list without having to dash about looking for stuff. The advantage is that when you start collecting stuff together you might encounter something else on the list whilst looking for a particular object. And having everything in one place before you start to pack makes the actual packing easier too since you can slot small things where appropriate gaps occur.

But whatever happens, have fun and I look forward to reading about the retreat.

Nic Hohn said...

Breathe! it will all come together!

Jen Crossley said...

Cant wait to catch up Debbi dont worry I have hurt my back we will make a great pair at the retreat

kiwicarole said...

Hi Debbi - just wanted to let you know you won an ATC on my blog draw, let me know your address. You can reach me at: caroledotbrungaratxtradotcodotnz
hugs carole

Homeleightigger said...

Your ATCs really are funky - but lovely - also hope you knee gets well very soon. Love your painted paper piece in the previous post! Val

Jacky said...

Yay Deb.... I left everything until the last minute too!!!! (it is a bit of a habit with me I'm afraid).
It was soooo lovely to meet you at the Art Retreat... loved your piece from the Misty classn(didnt really get to see the others).