Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Wonderful Mail!!!

Hi everyone,

I hope you are well.

I worked today and I'm really, really tired tonight.
It's mostly due to not sleeping well last night.

But when I got home, I got this wonderful package in the mail.
It cheered me right up.

I had won four fabric bundles from Darlene aka SewCalGal for the Christmas Quilt Show.

Aren't they gorgeous?

I just love the different shades of all the colors.

This really made my day.

Thank you Darlene for the wonderful gift.

I feel very blessed to have received it.

On another note, I'm sorry if I haven't been replying to my emails. I'm just so busy and beat. I will do my best to get better at responding once things slow down.

Hugs

Ariane

12 comments:

tong said...

fabric mail is the best kind of mail!

paulette said...

I agree with Tong!! Fabric for Christmas is what I'm asking Santa for!! Looks like your Christmas came early!! Lucky you!!
Paulette

Michele Pacey said...

you lucky duck!!!! it's gorgeous!

Tamera said...

Nothing like fabric in the mail to perk you up, he he he!

Jennifer said...

Lucky you, that is gorgeous fabric! Don't worry about replying, it's a busy time of year - everyone understands.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

What a great win Ariane!! Get some rest and enjoy!

Vroomans' Quilts said...

What a lovely photo of your goodies under the tree - the lights make them glow. Congratulations.

Millie said...

Ariane, congrats on winning those beautiful fabrics from Darlene. Can't wait to see what you are going to make. Try to get some rest in and I hope you will have time to play too.

Quilt Hollow said...

Yummy...looks like jelly bean colors....so pretty.

Jen said...

How fun! Special packages in the mail are the best!

Thanks for stopping by and entering my giveaway!

Jensters said...

So wonderful our friends always seem to know how to cheers us up when where feeling down.

SewCalGal said...

Glad to know your prize arrived. I hope you can find a fun project to use it with. The colors in these bundles caught my eye and just looked like something fun could come out of them.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com