Friday, November 07, 2008

Sandi's Doll Quilt revealed!

Today was the big day! We were allowed to open our quilts from the EB Doll Quilt Swap 2. I received a gorgeous caramel, pink and blue quilt from Sandi (who unfortunately does not have a blog...c'mon Sandi!).
But the quilty goodness didn't stop there! She also sent a Country Craft mag and an Australian Country Collections mag, as well as a swag of goodies for Romily. Check out Rom - she thinks Christmas has come early :) Thanks Sandi!!

Oh yeah, the exam. Bleurgh. I had to write two papers - the first I did an okay job, the second, well, let's just say it's a good thing I'm sitting on a good aggregate mark - I came down with a crushing headache, which later turned into some kind of 24-hour gastric bug. Romily had been sick the morning of the exam, so it wasn't a good sign! Not to worry, I'll probably get a credit for the unit, which is all I could realistically have expected with the amount of work I haven't put in!
Tomorrow is an exciting day - we are off to see the Cirque du Soleil show Dralion. Carl and I went last year to see Varekai and were blown away. Let's just hope Romily (pictured as the 'devil child' above - look at those teeth set in her jaw!!!) isn't too tired and enjoys the show. Tristan will hopefully be sound asleep in my sling :)

Speaking of Tristan, here are a couple of shots from today. How could you resist that sweet little face?

6 comments:

Natalie said...

Wow, Sandi sure did spoil you! Lovely quilt, the colours go beautifully together. Tristan is adorable, he is growing up quickly!

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Love your swap goodies - the doll quilt is gorgeous!! Enjoy the show - we saw Varekai last year and it was amazing - it was hard to know what to look at - a visual feast!!

Emma said...

Lovely quilt! And Tristan is as cute as ever!

Kylie said...

Gorgeous - and the quilt ain't bad either! Lovely pics of kids and quilts.

Joyce said...

You got lucky on that exchange! Tristan has grown so much and you are right. Still cute!

sandra said...

The little quilts are gorgeous. I'll have to join in one day :-)