Wednesday, 31 December 2008

Happy New Year Everyone


9 comments:

French Fancy said...

Blimey Jen - you should try and get someone interested in publishing your cards. I'd buy 'em.

Anyway, old thing, I hope that 2009 sees you finding some time for yourself amongst the chaos of a busy life. I've never met you but I think of you as a friend - strange isn't it.

x

Henry the Dog said...

Hope you're feeling better. It sounds as if your Christmas was good in the end, and mum's dead jealous of you folk in the UK with all those sales going on. She says it's bloody expensive living in France at the mo. Hope you have a great New Year. xxxx

(PS: can only echoe French Fancy about your cards. They're cracking:)

Suburbia said...

More tallent girl!!

Enjoy your new year, whatever you're doing. :)

Polly said...

Love it! Happy New Year

Jennysmith said...

Happy new year and bless you for your comments.

Yes, FF, as much as I've whinged about 2008 I am also grateful as it has brought me friends like you. Yes, I think of you as a friend too. You and others have been much more supportive and loyal than my "off-line" ones.

Thanks for praising my cards, everyone. Sometimes i do think about publishing them but then i look at the cards in the shops and see how good they are and get depressed.

I really value your support and am so happy i've found you

Once again, Happy New Year xxx

The Dotterel said...

See how good they are and get depressed? In a pigs a@*e! (I'm allowed to say that - it's a quote from Philip Larkin.) Seriously, you must have some wonderful card shops down there if the ones on sale are better!

Jennysmith said...

Thank you, D, for believing in me. And quoting that nice young man, Philip. Would love to have met him.

Sorry to ask you this again, D, but how do you do that Nappies Changed thing on your comments? I have been wandering through this Blogger site like you wouldn't believe but cannot find a way to do it. Could you or anyone else tell me? xxxx

Marie and John said...

Happy New Year Jenny. I hope it's a great one for you and your family.

I think your cards are brilliant. Why not give it a go at getting them published. Personally I think the cards in the shops are awful - so dull and boring...

xx

Suburbia said...

Jen...

....there is an award for you at mine :)