Sunday, 7 November 2010

The view from my hotel room...

- When I pay for a view, I expect something more interesting than that...
- But that is Croydon, madam.
Well it's not good enough.
- Well may I ask what you expected to see out of a Croydon hotel bedroom window? Sydney Opera House perhaps? The Hanging Gardens of Babylon? Herds of wildebeest sweeping majestically across the plain...

LOADS to tell you about the fabulous Stampin' Up! Convention - don't know where to start! I went with three of my wonderful team and we had what the Americans call "a blast"! We swapped, we met loads of lovely demonstrators, did Make and Takes, saw outstanding demonstrations and got stacks of freebies!

I also have some extra special news to share but I'm still getting my head round it...

Meanwhile, if you want to be in on next year's fabulous event, you need to know that it's at DISNEYLAND PARIS!!!!!!!!! Why not join my demonstrator team now, so you can start earning money to pay for your trip?  I paid for everything out of my SU commissions - not one penny came out of my personal account! Please email me if you'd like to find out more! 


  1. Love the Hilton Towers sketch! I didn't take a picture of our view 'cos we didn't even have a view of Croydon! Our room overlooked the back of the night club and all the other building 'back ends' - once we could get back into our room of course! Glad that I did finally get to meet you, but sorry that it wasn't for longer!

  2. hmmm 12 wasn't it???? I saw you do "da walk"


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