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A Note of Apology

Hi Neighbors,

I need to apologize for not posting as much the last two weeks.  We actually have company visiting.  As you all know there are 8 in my family, and the family that is visiting is 9 plus they brought one extra person with them.  Now, they are not staying in our home, they are actually renting a cabin a short distance away.  That has not stopped us from visiting almost daily and of course the children running around together.  My four youngest, ages 13-20 are each one year apart from her four oldest.

They have been playing indoor volleyball (at the Y) and getting together to eat out.  We also took a trip to a shopping area two hours away.  Yes, all of us!  We took three vehicles, because a few of mine needed back for their TKD class.  Needless to say, the ones who didn't come back when we did ended up stuck there all night.  We had to pay for three rooms because of a snowstorm.

Anyway, all of that to say, a new post will be going up today and starting Monday we will be back to our normal schedule.  Thank you for your understanding.  All winners have been chosen and notified.

Also, on a side note we will be doing our Petacular event starting in February and let me tell you, we have some really nice sponsors lined up.  We are doing this event with Hope's Cafe and PI of Products.  I will still have some regular posts also, but this event will center on pets and all kinds of products to use on and with them.  Be sure to check in as we are going to have a special announcement regarding the event next week.

We are also planning to work together on a cooking or kitchen event, probably in April,  Doesn't that sound good?

Thanks for stopping by and I'll see you soon, At the Fence.

Comments

Rusthawk said…
Oh heck with an apology! Sounds like you guys have been enjoying yourselves! :) :)

Glad to hear it!

Looking forward to your Petacular event too ...
Nancy said…
Stay warm, stay safe, and have fun!
Linda Szymoniak said…
I'm just wondering when the winners for the Petacular giveaways will be posted. Quite a few of them have been over for a week or more, and I haven't seen even one winner announced.

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