Saturday, 24 May 2008

just popping by.......

sorry, sorry, sorry
still not enough time this morning to do a complete house update - i will pop news over at Sea House in the next few days x


apart from the build life is moving along as normal.

i should be photographing and completing the make over on my website......


the trouble is i take a few pictures of stock......





and then a little cutie catches my eye and i find myself taking far too many pictures of the doglets doing crazy things or just looking beautiful xx




but stock is being uploaded slowly and i can see an end in sight - so for all those that have asked when the site will be live - thank you - and it will be soon!!!




here is a peek at a few of the new items




some pictures still need a little tweaking here and there
and i have to accept that i cannot keep one of everything :)

however this bag was too sweet and too useful to refuse - it holds sooooo much
perfect for thrift shopping, market visits, fabric storage, or as my new bag seems to be used for.....

Archie cats new bed



also very excited as we are currently waiting for our first box of goodies that we have imported from Japan - the designs are wonderful.
i know it is not exactly Eco friendly to import stock but the U.K market loves it and i have to earn a living somehow!

i will of course post pictures here first and give fellow bloggers the chance to grab some goodies before i pop them on the websites - i am sure that these items will not hang around for long.

well must go as a septic tank is due on site and Frank will need a flask of tea and a few biccies to keep him working :)
along with Frank in his digger we also have Hector
so our home is going to be the house that Hector built - how perfect is that!

i will pop on pictures later over at Sea House - and will introduce you to the newcomer - Rodders - he has settled in well and is causing quite a stir amongst the ladies x

we also have two new family members arriving in the next few weeks and they are not sheep or dogs........

what has Stephen agreed to home now????

t x

17 comments:

Barbara said...

This sounds like the post of a happily busy woman! It seems like you have lots going on up there and as usual the pics are lovely. It's funnny how it takes me ages to update my website with new pictures and yet I have simply hundreds of kitty, pup and daughter riding ponies.
Looking forward to seeing pics of the house (site)and also the imported goodies!

Pipany said...

Souns as though it is all going well Tracy. Love the new stock. Have a good weekend xxx

Kitty said...

It sounds as though you are happy in your busy-ness, so that's good. That tin of pencils is gorgeous! Take care. x

mollycupcakes said...

Oh exciting honey I can't wait for a sneaky peek at all the new stock.
Loving the white birdie, so cute.
Sounds like things are all starting to come together on the house front and who's the tentants at sea croft? Do tell!
Enjoy the bank holiday sweetie, speak soon.
Lots of love x
Hugs.

Catherine and Co x

Poppy Black said...

What gorgeous things! Just my kind of pretties! I'm excited about the new additions to the family. Looking forward to seeing Rodders. I'm guessing he is a manly ram. Lambies coming your way! Now there is one way of recycling plastic bags. I discovered they make adequate gloves for midwifery when assisting sheep with difficult births. I'm sure your hardy bunch will pop them out with no trouble. Lucky, when there's no plastic bags in the house! Septic tanks interest me, strangely enough. I grew up with them on the farm. I remember Grandma in her one with a shovel filling up a wheelbarrow to take around to the vege patch. I discovered tomato skins don't break down well in a septic tank. Too much information? I've got a friend with a composting toilet. It needs a fan running to keep the air fresh, so it is not as environmentally friendly as it would seem. It really is tough not to make a negative impact on our world. I'm so glad the doglets are a distraction. Ghillie looks so gorgeous and funny on your last post standing up tall with the girls. Maybe I should use him as inspiration for my fatty challenge. Lots of love to everyone way over there! XXX

Nin said...

OOh, SQUEEEE! Japanese stuff! I have become OBSESSED with kawaii stuff lately. Can't wait to see the stuff you get :)

Vintage to Victorian said...

More family members? Donkeys maybe? Highland cattle? Or something smaller? I wonder!

Lovely piccies - glad you're making progress!

prettyshabby said...

oooo sounds so exciting..please tell me you are getting some Decole-type goodies from Japan!! I adore Archies new bed...the boy's got taste.

Fran├žoise said...

I am guessing chickens . . .
Do you ship to the US? I love the polka dot candles and haven't seen them here.

Tracy's Mum said...

oooh first dibs on the little crayon box, its so cute.!!
Can't wait to see new pic's
of your new home to be.
Love Mummy.xxxx

Raindrops to Rainbows said...

Im looking forward to seeing the two new animals to join your already full household! Im guessing its cats!
And show us a pic of rodders! (is that what you said he is called?!)

Lindsay X

Nin said...

I hope everything is ok...you sound so busy!
*hugs*

Lazylol said...

Life sounds good! Love the the new items, especially the bag.

Katy said...

oh wow - look at that new stock!!!


You're a tease - who's the new tenants?

julie said...

ooh, looks like some of your new stock is going to have to come and live here! Hope your septic tank installation goes well - it must be so exciting to see everything coming together. Will be watching to see who the Sea house's new arrivals are!

Rowan said...

Hope all is going well with you and that everything is working out. Ghillie is just so gorgeous - I may have to come up to Scotland and do some dogknapping:)

Fran├žoise said...

Tracy, I hope all is going well with you, the house and the menagerie. I went to the etsy shop for those polka dot candles but it listed another seller. I want to buy from YOU. How do I do that?