It's not often I'm lost for words, but I was seeing how many of you took the time to enter my little poppy challenge, your friendship really has touched me and I'm not sure what to say to you all other than a huuuuuuuuuuuuge Thank You.
Each and every entry was stunning and reminded me..........as if I needed any reminding mind you...........that I have such talented crafting friends and no way could I choose just one winner, all of you are winners in my book, so I had to ask Mr Random Org., to do it for me. In fact I asked him to pick one for the Sir Stampalot voucher and then three more who I will send a little gift to, nothing wild just something which might come in handy.
The news on Buffy remains much the same and she is very much up and down, Saturday she wouldn't eat and had difficulty standing so we constructed a blanket sling to get her to the loo, then Sunday she bounced right back. Today she is very quiet and it took the best part of the morning for her to finish her breakfast, but she seems relaxed and in no pain, so will continue a day at a time.
I've gone on a bit of a fitness regime, well as much as you can when you can't walk or move too far, I joined the gym at the local Mariott who had a good offer going, six weeks unlimited use for £39, I'm not up to using the gym equipment, but I do love swimming and have been for a half hour early morning session every day so far, I'm almost up to half a mile each session now. They call the offer 'Fit in Six' not sure how fit I will be at the end of it, but can't do any harm as I see it.
So enough waffle, the winner of the Stampalot Voucher is...........................
Congratulation Beryl please mail me and I will explain what to do next.
And the three runners up are.......................
Well done you you three as well, please all mail me firstname.lastname@example.org with your postal addys.
At the risk of repeating myself, a massive thank you to each and every one of you for taking the time to join my little challenge and share my poppy addiction, or should I say 'our poppy addiction'.