10 November 2007

thanks a million . . .

. . . really . . .
. . . that's an exaggeration . . .
. . . but, honestly . . .
. . . thanks a couple dozen or so. . . . . . dear blog . . .
. . . please accept
my humble apology
for neglecting you
this whole week . . .
♥steph
. . . but, i've had
this little project
hanging over my head
for almost two months now . . .

. . . and it feels really good

to cross it off "the list" . . .

. . . and put it

firmly in the hands

of the

united states postal service . . .

. . . wait . . .

. . . maybe that part

doesn't feel so good . . .

{my sincerest apologies to any offended postal workers!}



2 comments:

chris & amber said...

I'm sure you went into the P.O. and asked if these CUTE cards you worked so hard on were acceptable before mailing off all of those, huh? Otherwise, you'd be P.O.'d. Ha...Somebody smart told me to do that before mailing off a massive quantity of homemade cards...oh wait...that was YOU! :o) Way to go!

The Fletchies said...

good for you doing (very cute I might add) thank you notes. There is nothing better then getting a thank you note. I'm trying to do a better job of it!