Sunday, December 21, 2008

Sparkle Bear Update

Hey there. I wanted to take a minute to let you all know that I gave my friend and neighbor the polar bear quilt last night. She cried!!! She was so surprised and thrilled. She could not stop looking at it and would not let it go or share it with anyone in her house! I love that kind of response, don't you??

Speaking of gifts...I bought a digital camera for my friend, Charlotte (one of the CL's). We had the opportunity to take all the left over quilts and things we had from the craft show at the church to the Cherry Hill Village Theater to try and sell more. They were hosting a Christmas Spectacular on Thurs, Fri, 2 on Sat and one on Sunday and the woman that runs the theater asked us if we would like to set up and try to sell some more there. Well, you don't have to ask me twice. We got a few people to man the booth and last night was my turn. Well, Charlotte didn't want me to have to work alone so I picked her up and we went together. We sold $100 on Sat night. I think the others have done almost that each time too so it is definitely worth the effort. Charlotte and I had bindings to do so we worked on those and there was a TV in the lobby so we got to watch the show from there. Anyway, after the show I brought her home and went in and first she gave me my present. It was a wonderful pair of Gingher scissors!! I love these scissors. She knows me so well. It was then I gave her her present, a digital camera. She was so thrilled. I have been waiting for them to go on sale as I knew I wanted to get one for her. I was looking to spend under $50 and finally I found one. (I won't say for how much as I know she reads this!) It made me happy to make her so happy!! I got her a 2GB memory card and the waranty plan since I don't know much about the camera brand.

Then over to Marcia's to give her the quilt. Yes, my Santa day was complete!!


Anonymous said...

aaahhh again! :) Now go and cut some fabric with the new pair of scissors!

Faith said...

awww thats lovely and great you manage to sell some more quilts scratch and alice still keep sniffing the box that you sent, santas been really busy here too.

Holly said...

The best gifts are the unexpected ones and seeing the joy you bring into others' lives. Merry Christmas Pam!

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