Sunday, December 10, 2006

My secret pal brings all the boys to the yard

(And they're like, it's better than yours... now I've got that song in my head. Thanks a lot, me.)
Hooray for Christmas and secret pals! She sent me a Christmassy package:
3rd SP9 package
It includes some gorgeous Lisa Souza sock yarn in Peacock, which I love, a cute little sock blocker keychain (hiding behind the sock yarn) with instructions to make the cutest little sock to go on it, some cheery red stitch markers, candy cane shaped bath confettis, Christmas cards and notepad, a candle, and much yummy Christmas candy (which is already gone - we got this package a few days ago). There was another kind of Hershey kiss that I had never heard of in there, the candy cane flavor, which were white chocolate with bits of candy cane in them. Yum. I am clearly very behind the times in hershey kiss advances.
Thank you secret pal!!! I've said it before, and I'll say it again, you rock.
Oh p.s., apparently that "Read more" thingy I put into my blog for the last post, in order to make a cut to conceal certain surprises, is now applied to every post I do. Bear with me while I try to figure out how to get rid of them, and don't hate me because you won't get any more blogginess from clicking those links.


Areli said...

Fun package, and the yarn is such a pretty color.

trek said...

Thanks for coming by - your email didn't come through, though.

I have a bunch of stitch markers that are actually plastic split ring bird leg bands from Cutler's.

Sienna said...

Speaking of things that bring the boys to the yard...I wore the awesome sweater that you made me this summer to a christmas party on Saturday. I got loads of compliments and everyone was very impressed by your craftmansship. So much so that my other friend Rachel tried to take credit for it at one point. Your present just arrived so I'm gonna wrap it and sent it to you tomorrow. yay!!

SP9 said...

Hi Rachel, hope you have a great holiday season! It is so much fun to collect little gifties for SP.

Anonymous said...

I absolutely love the colour of Peacock, and I have to say that your persimmon tart below looks incredible!