Sunday, March 02, 2008

happenings

Thank you all so much for the London tips! I haven't had a chance to go through them all but there looks to be some fantastic material there (excuse the pun). I'm even more excited now.

This weekend after running around like crazy people buying some warm clothes for the trip, we went and visited our brand new niece Claire! (defacto niece for me, but whatever) . Born 8 weeks premature she was soooooooo tiny, and in a little capsule thing, but still very cute. It's actually good timing in one way - we live right near the hospital where she'll be staying for a little while so Pete's brother and wife will stay in our apartment whilst we're away. Handy!!

Anyway if you've bothered to read this far then good, because I've got some mix packs appearing in the shop tomorrow afternoon. Need to get them up and posted off before we go! So lets say 3:00pm tomorrow (Monday 3rd) Melbourne time?

Sorry, no pretty pics again today!

8 comments:

patchworkoncentral said...

found this site on bricklane thought you would be interested www.click4bricklane.co.uk

Tina said...

My youngest boy was also 8 weeks early. He's been early at standing, walking,tantrums, everything. I think it's in his nature to experience whatever life has to offer early.

Joleo said...

One more link to add - you can visit the London design week exhibition (free) from 12 March at Chelsea harbour. more info on their website:
http://www.designcentrechelseaharbour.co.uk/

Best wishes to the wee one.

Hollabee said...

Congratulations...great news and happy you got to see her before your trip :)

Bexy said...

ok cool. i'm so jealous. there is a fabulous restaurant on frith street in soho called cafe emm. is nice and casual, good for lunch or dinner but if you go for dinner then move quickly...it's really really popular and you can't book a table, probably due to the amazing home cooked food, large portions ans cheap prices.
hope you have fun in my city
beXy

shanna said...

love the new mix packs!

Dyfrig said...

You should go and see the Peter Doig exhibition at Tate Britain, amazing paintings.

kate1976 said...

I have been meaning to buy something from you for yonks and have finally got round to it! I can't wait for it to arrive. Hope you enjoy your trip to London - let me know if you need any more help or advice as I worked there for years up until last July.