Thursday, September 01, 2011

i.o.u. a freebie

today it's been exactly a whole year since I gave up the day job
and it is also freebie day
I had planned an extra special freebie to celebrate ... but I'm not in the mood to celebrate really...so, next month I.O.U. an extra special freebie!

15 comments:

Julia said...

Has it really been a year already?! That has gone so fast! Looking forward to seeing your business grow in the years to come :0) xx

Anonymous said...

yOU HAVE TO BE PROUND OF YOU! look at how many things you made during the last year and also where you can buy your kits around UK !

This is the time to remember your lovely Nan. Next Month it will be 1 year and 1 month of success. So it will be great as well.

Hugs
Erica

The Krafty Cupcake said...

Totally understandable with what you are going through. Well don on the past year, you must be so proud of yourself x Sue x

Алена said...

Prosperities in business. Thanks for inspiration!

Jayne Schofield said...

Big hugs x Be proud x

Mimi said...

You should be very proud of your accomplishments!1 Congratulations! You really rock!

Klik said...

Only one year? And so many was done! My congrats!

Rosa Lily (Pen) said...

Congrats to you and well done x

Trash said...

What a mahoosive change in 12 months. Take care of yourself.

jojoebi said...

congrats, a whole year, it doesn't feel that long ago and you have come such a long way!

take a deep breath and some time to grieve, freebies and your fans will wait xxx

Peonies and Pennies said...

Congratulations on your first year. Good luck for the next.

~c~

Jessica said...

Only one year?! I had assumed you had been running for long because of all you manage to do! Congratulations - perhaps we should be treating you today :-)

Anonymous said...

Be Proud and celebrate later, you have achieved so much. BTW your woodland friends kit (bought from JL, Reading) is great! Well done.

Rustyhammer said...

Congrates on 1yr of full time paper and string. As for the freebie? Your having a pants time at the moment, and I think its very respectful to your Nan to not have one this month. Chin up, remember the good times, and keep those close to your heart. The love is still there, even though your Nan isn't - she'll be watching over you and your family, and very proud of your first full time year.

Anonymous said...

Wow. I started following you shortly before you left your day job. Its been a journey and glad to have somehow been a part of it!
Keep truckin!