Friday, 7 December 2007


for the last few days my website has been missing
presumed dead

it was there one minute - all shiny - all singing and dancing - full of Christmas cheer.......
and then it disappeared in to cyber space
no forwarding address
no suicide note
just up and left


hate technology

anyway - the kind soul who took lots of my hard earned cash to build the site has apparently located it in a ditch in Blackpool - drunk as a skunk, covered in mud.
a bit of a pre Christmas binge me thinks.

he (the web man), is currently dusting it down, tweaking a few things here and there, replacing a few bits that were lost on the ghost train and the roller coaster, and we should be good to go later tonight!

thank cripes for that

i have a whole lot of new stock just waiting for its chance to be purchased and placed under a Christmas tree

take a peek......

old fashioned is ALWAYS the best

every desk should have a robot pencil sharpener that walks

not actually for sale

another triumph in the wooden toy section

i wanted to keep this one

and Stephen wanted to keep this one

it may have been just for the sheep.....

when i see toys like these i almost regret not having kiddies.

all treats listed above will - with a good wind behind it - be available here
or sometime soon

off to choose our trees in the morning, and buy a whole heap of new fairy lights because i am too lazy to search through the boxes for the old ones

see you all soon

t x

new sheep pictures and news over at Sea House xxx


Nicky said...

Hi Tracy,
I love your Christmas banner! and those lovely toys.. I want them! x

Monkee Maker said...

Oh dear oh dear oh dear. I see what you mean about your website (just clicked on the link and it told me to get lost). I hope it'll be playing nice again soon.

Talking of which .... fab wooden toys :)

Kitty said...

Awww, how fabulous are those wooden people and the wooden sheep? :-D

Take care :-) x

Liz said...

Lovely toys, but surely those shhep are bison?

Liz said...


trashalou said...

Liz, Liz, Liz. They are a very special sort of sheep only found near enough to the very end of Scotland, they just look a little lke bison. you should look at Tracy's non-canine girls!

Pipany said...

I wondered what had happened to your site Tracy. Glad it will be returning soon. Just love the things you put on your blog - gorgeous (and I speak as the mother of five +two step-children!!!) xx

Liz said...

Tut tut, silly me!

Cowboys & Custard said...

Hello Tracy
Just love those little wooden cowboys and indians.. well had to really didn't I?
Have you got any of the stuff called snow up there?
If so.. please send some here first class post.

Deb said...

Hello Tracy
Thanks ever so much for your lovely comments on my blog - I love your Christmas banner with the elves :-} and the photo of T & B all snuggled up is precious.

Kat-in-a-flap. said...

Hello Hun,
Please will you save me a set of wooden show jumping toys,I can't access your site and my little girl has the house that goes with them.
I'll keep checking in .
Love to you all hope it's not too cold up there.
How is Phillip ?
Have you heard from him ?
Kat xxxxx

Anonymous said...

No wonder you wanted to keep those toys they are adorable.

Miles Away In France said...

If talulah and bean ever come up for sale let me know first.

Belle would love to have them to play with ;0)

Racheal x

Poppy Black said...

Oh my goodness! It is the two delicious creatures wrapped up in a very festive manner that I want to keep. I had a horsey play set in cardboard that I bought with the money my parents gave me when I finally managed to float across the swimming pool at school (about 3 metres). I loved that, but now I wish it had been one of your wooden sets. They are fantastic! (Ps. I was positively ancient when I finally learned to swim).