Getting There


I appreciate the patience of all the winners from the book grab bag giveaways. I apologize for my cursed slowness. I’m actually packing them up now! Which means they might even get to the post office sometime soon! Don’t give up hope.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 19, 2011  

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  1. 12-19

    I would wait until after the holidays if I were you. Things are so crazy now for everyone, especially you. Some of us will be traveling during the holidays so there is no rush. This is mighty nice of you. :heart:

  2. 12-19

    Had to chuckle at this… you mean moving animals, hay, household, kids, getting the septic fixed, painting and dealing with the holidays has delayed things? SHOCKING! :lol:

  3. 12-19

    Oh my, thank you do much for posting this. I had some trouble recently with packages arriving from the post office and I didn’t know if you hadn’t sent them or if the post office failed. I was having as mental argument with myself. Would it be rude to ask Suzanne if she mailed the boxes or is it better to find out? Thanks for solving my mental argument.

  4. 12-19

    I agree with Barbee. I’m sure you have a gazillion more things you can do, Suzanne than wait in a long line at the post office……though, I’m sure you’ll see lots of friends and neighbors and chat the time away! I’m excited and grateful….when ever you can send them! :snoopy:

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