24 November 2007

Hidden Haven Stocking Swap

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I decided to participate in Peggy's Stocking Swap. Peggy has a wonderful blog called Hidden Haven Homestead that describes farm life so well that I think I want to live on one when I retire. All my farming friends say I am nuts.

I drew Pea's name and she had mine. Pea lives in Canada and I received her package on Monday. Wow, talk about organized.

Pea has a wonderful site, too. You can visit her at Pea's Corner.

Pea took a lot of time to wrap each individual item and tie it with string. The way the stocking was placed in the box was delightful as well. She found delightful items relating to christmas and what she doesn't know is that she hit every collection I have! There is a nutcracker, several snowmen, a santa towel, and so much more!

You can click on the picture to enlarge it, and I suggest you do so!

Enjoy the pictures! Thank you, Pea, my first stocking swap was wonderful!

13 comments :

  1. I love your stocking! Pea always sends very special packages but she did a extra special job on yours! Thanks for taking part in the swap.

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  2. Good morning dear Terri:-) I'm sooo glad you liked everything I enclosed in the stocking for you, I really did have a lot of fun putting it together! I've been so busy making my meatpies, making chocolates and decorating, I haven't had time to do any posts or visit blogs...hopefully tomorrow I'll get back on track with my blogging:-) xoxo

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  3. Oh, what fun to receive all these goodies.
    Nan

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  4. That is so cute! It was a great way to kick off the holidays. So, you were in Macon! How fun. You should come up to Christmas in Bevier the first of December. Breakfast with Santa, craft fair, doll house museum tours, a home cooked meal to die for at lunch... It's great. If you do, come to Shady Peanut Lane!!! Take care.

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  5. I have a longing to live on a farm, too. In my perfect world, I'd put my muddies on each morning and wander around, coffee in hand, black and white great dane by my side (Milo, too)to visit my ducks, beautiful victorian chicken house complete with a vintage chandelier, my few sheep, goats, alpacas, and a llama to babysit them whilst I sleep. Yes, the banner is in my dining room. :)
    Alexandra

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  6. I have a longing to live on a farm, too. In my perfect world, I'd put my muddies on each morning and wander around, coffee in hand, black and white great dane by my side (Milo, too)to visit my ducks, beautiful victorian chicken house complete with a vintage chandelier, my few sheep, goats, alpacas, and a llama to babysit them whilst I sleep. Yes, the banner is in my dining room. :)
    Alexandra

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  7. Lucky girl, Terri! I received my package from Jenn and Jacqui today, too...I do love getting packages, specially when I have no clue what's inside! Glad your Thanksgiving was so good...ours was too.
    xo
    Sandi

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  8. I love the package. Pea is such a blessing...I just love her,
    I agree with you about the farm seems so laid back. Have a great day.

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  9. Hi Terri,
    Wow! That looks like wonderful goodies!! Hope you had a marvelous Thanksgiving!
    Penny

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  10. What a great idea and lovely stocking! Looks like you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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  11. WOW! Terri fun stuff my friend! I have missed you! Please come and visit!

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  12. What fun! Pea is such a sweetie and I know she had fin sending it and YOU had fun receiving it!! : )

    I am sorry I missed this swap! It looks like fun!

    Hugs,
    Sue

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  13. You raked it in!!!!!

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