Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Home Again - lots of catching up to do!

We are back in Concord. It was an incredibly long day yesterday - between our complicated travel arrangements (two flights), the time change and unpacking I was up for about 24 hours in a row. I went walking with my friends at 6:45 a.m. (12:45 p.m. according to my body clock) and have lots to do today to catch up on everything.

When I got home from the airport, I approved over 500 comments for the Workbox Giveaway - click the link - you won't want to miss this!

Remember, only comments left on the Workbox Giveaway post will be used to select the winner from my blog, so click the link or the photo of the Workbox to see all the details.

The winner from my blog will get to choose a Ribbon box or the ScrapMaBob and will then be one of ten finalists for the chance to win a Workbox in their choice of color and style. What an amazing prize!

I'll be back later today with a "crafty" post - I want to show you something I took with me on the trip (in addition to the Gypsy!).


  1. Hope your coming home will spark the Red Sox to win!!!!!
    Welcome back to MA

  2. Well it sounds like you need a vacation to rest up from your vacation. lol... I can't wait to see what else you took with you besides the gypsy.. And how do you like the gypsy? Can we sign up more than once for the drawings?

  3. Vanilla Raised Panel Pretty Please!!!!!!!!!
    My husband wants our kitchen table back…
    Need I say more? ;)

  4. Welcome home! So glad you are back safe and sound...Can't wait to see some of your pics...and to see what you have up your sleeve next!


  5. Hi Sandy,

    You can leave a comment once for the drawing but it has to be on the post about the giveaway. There are a bunch of ways to get additional entries so you can get more but it has to be by doing these things (they were given to me to include for my post).

    Good Luck - it is an awesome prize!


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