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07 September 2011

Wanna see what this year's ornaments look like?

http://anitalittlestitches.blogspot.com/2011/09/these-are-ornaments-for-2011-jcs.html

Someone posted the link to this, so I'm linking to it, in case we all don't run in the same circles. I'm crossing fingers this will be waiting for me today. This is the kind of dreary gray day that just calls for a good magazine, and a cup of hot chocolate. I was going to go to the gym and walk for a while, but I've also decided to stop drinking soda for the umpteenth time, and, between the caffeine withdrawal and my sinuses, I'm not feeling too hot, so, if it's waiting for me, I intend to curl up on the couch and veg.

I was thinking the other day it was too early for the ornament magazine to go out, but then remembered, we got engaged on September 12th, 2009, and went into town the next day, and the LNS had them, so it makes sense that it should be mailed out to subscribers. I can tell you already, I love the rabbit with the wreath and that is on my list.

OK, I'm off to drool again.

3 comments:

riona said...

Thanks for posting the link ... it confirms me in my Scrooge-like disinterest. I really didn't see anything that would lure me away from my current projects. I think I have been stitching too many years and am all Christmased out.

Jenny said...

I almost fell off my porch today after pulling the JCS Xmas 2011 issue out of my mail box... That is probably the first time ever that I have gotten the subscription about the same time as it hits the store. Normally they have been terrible about sending out the Xmas issue to subscribers weeks after it hits the newsstands.
There are a bunch of ornies that I love (as every year). I may have to sign up for a coupleof Round Robin somewhere though, or I will never get around to stitch any of them... :-)

Siobhan said...

Thanks for the link!

I do my thing and you do yours. I am not in this world to live up to your expectations, and you are not in this world to live up to mine. You are you and I am I, and if by chance we find each other, then it is beautiful. If not, it can’t be helped--Frederick Perls