Saturday, 26 August 2017

Bags of bags

Hello there. I'm not making any more shopping bags for the Epworth Show on Monday. Thirteen will have to be enough. We have loads of stuff to sell anyway, the tables will be full. If anyone is around they can find us on our cat rescue stall in the Craft Marquee. We would love to see you. It will be me and Janet on duty. 
Pleased to report that Heidi is looking fine this morning. She scoffed her breakfast and is now sunning herself in the garden.

I've had the car tyres checked because I have another longish journey coming up, and they are fine. Can't be too careful where tyres are concerned. Jobs have been ticked off the to do list, still a few more to do. The move over to Tesco for my mobile phone is completed, it's looking like the O2 coverage for this area is pretty good, better than Vodafone.

It's a lovely day here, I think we will be lucky for Monday, the forecast is good. I'm off outside for a while, too nice to be in. Thanks for popping in, enjoy your weekend, we'll catch up soon.
Toodle pip

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  1. I'm so pleased that Heidi is enjoying her day-it is such a worry when they are out of sorts isn't it.If I lived closer I would be at The Epworth Show.Trouble is everything would be very tempting.(I'm with Tesco for my mobile phone too) x

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  2. Those bags are gorgeous - should sell well !

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  3. Loving the bags.Hope it all goes well for you.

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  4. Hope all goes well for you all on Monday,You have some lovely bags there!!,I wish i lived nearer because i love these sort of days out.As it is a nearby village to me has got a Summer Fayre on so its something to look forward to.Pleased that Heidi is well on the mend and enjoying the weather laid out it the sun.My 5 love these sort of days.Well,i got a good buy today.Another charity shop has opened about 5 mins drive away...Mencap..so i thought i would give it a visit.They had a brand new Baylis n Harding gift set,which included big fluffy slippers....brand new of course!!,with foot soak,foot balm,ect..plus a brand new ..posh not value,lol,shower gel,Christmas cards and a bag ,with about 70 to 80 new silk flowers in,which i will take to the cemetary for my Grandads grave and it all came to under a fiver.So was well well pleased!!,Happy Bank Holiday weekend to you all,Debi,Leic,x

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    1. That was a good find Debi.I buy those flowers for my families graves, often from the £ shop ,but you don't get many for £1.I had B & H toiletries as a gift before and it's really nice x

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  5. Glad the Bacardi Breezer didn't get you ! Didn't think it would. Rose x

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  6. The bags are lovely and colourful!

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  7. I could have done with a few of those as I juggled my shopping in my arms this morning...

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  8. Nice bags and there's a couple I like. Have a good sale and happy weekend. It's getting quite warm here in our part of Oregon.

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  9. Your bags are lovely and should sell well. Hope the sun shines on Monday and you make lots of money.

    Hazel c uk

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  10. Love those bags! Many are finally discovering that the cheapo woven "cloth" bags with grocery advertising (logos) aren't worth the bother. Often given out free or $1 each otherwise, they simply don't stand the test of time. I have 30 year old canvas bags that continue to serve me well, in addition to some cloth bags I made myself. Well done! Your bags are pretty and cheerful, they are sure to sell!

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  11. Glad Heidi is well. Bailey the budgie is eating some orange and cucumber and having a happy day.

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  12. Can I buy one of your bags online to support your cause please?

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    1. Hello Linda. I don't offer the shopping bags for sale online, because it would cost £2 - £3 for postage, and if people add a donation to it, they really aren't worth it. Also, once I start doing that, I would be forever making bags, which I don't want to do. Also, we make enough money for the cat rescue by doing local shows, Sue and Janet do car boot sales, people who pass a cat onto us, and those who rehome one, give donations, and we get free cat litter from a company. We make enough to cover our costs. Thank you for offering.

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