Tuesday, October 19, 2004

I felt a bit better this morning. Haven't taken any Gaviscon at all today! Yay! Posted another 3 parcels this morning, and went to my friend Hazel's house this afternoon for coffee. I had a lovely afternoon, but started feeling a bit dizzy and lightheaded again by about 3 pm. I left shortly after 4, and went shopping for some onions and peppers and salad for dinner. I'm making chicken jambalaya, one of our faves! MmmMMmm.
So, I'm feeling a bit crap right now, but I cheered up no end when I checked my email and found I had an enquiry for postage costs from a potential customer in the USA! Cor! I've posted to all over the UK, but never overseas so far!
Anyway, I'd better get cracking. I have loads to do including cook, and I'm hoping to get over to my mam's later to do some sewing. The Whitby Gothic Weekend is next week, so I don't have that much time to get everything finished! Ooh, one other thing ... I wanted to get some black contact lenses to finished the demonic look (let's face it Whitby=Dracula doesn't it?!), because I have blue/grey eyes and it looks a little odd with the dark makeup and black wig. I looked on Ebay and they were £25, so I ended up getting some dark brown ones for £8!! I think they'll be just as good. The only problem is they aren't prescription lenses, which means I'll have to wear my glasses, which I didn't really want to do. Pity you can't wear 2 pairs of contacts at once! LOL Actually, I think I'll carry my specs with me and only put them on when I really have to ... the rest of the time I'll hang on to Ian and let him lead me around! Ha ha!

2 Comments:

  1. abeator81 said...
    Well done for all your sales! I'm glad you're feeling better too.

    I've never had chicken jambalaya but it sounds yummy!

    I used to have some purple contact lenses...they were cool but a bit tricky cos I had never worn contacts before. Getting them in was ok it was just taking them out that was scary! I hope you manage to finish everything in time!

    Love Amy xxx
    Lisa said...
    Well, I've nearly finished the cloak/cape. It just needs the bottom hem stitching and the frog closures sewing on. Woo hoo! Then on to Ian's Edwardian style coat! ~ Lisa

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